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Old 01-21-2004, 04:50 AM   #1
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Beer Cheese

2 lbs. sharp cheddar cheese, at room temp.
2 cloves garlic,mashed
3 tbsp. worchestershire sauce
1 tsp. dry mustard
tabasco to taste
1/2 bottle beer, or more as rec.
1 tsp. salt, to taste


Cut the cheese into cubes and place them in a food processor or electric mixer. Process until perfectly smooth. Add the garlic,worchestershire,mustard,and tabasco. Blend well. Add the beer, a little at a time, while continuing to beat the cheese, until the mixture is a good, firm spreading consistency. (Too much beer will make the cheese too fluffy.) Stir in the salt, and refrigerate. (This is a superb keeper.) Serve on small slices of rye or pumpernickle bread or crackers. Delicious with cold, cold beer. Serves 15 to 20

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