Pimento cheese is a southern staple and pretty simple stuff. I grew up on it, so did my husband. I don't buy it at the grocery store because I make it myself. I always serve it on saltine crackers cuz it isn't fancy.
It's got just 5 ingredients; 8 oz. of sharp cheddar cheese, 3 Tbsp. of Duke's mayo, 2 oz. of drained jarred pimentos, 2 good splashes of worcestershire sauce and hot pepper flakes to taste. Oh, and salt & pepper.
I start by cubing the cheese before putting it in my mini food processor.
I process the cheese to break the cubes into crumbles then in go the rest of the ingredients. The red pepper flakes are from our garden. They're a super hot mixture of ghost, habanero, Joe's round and red caribbean peppers. If I was going to use store bought flakes, I'd add about 1/4 teaspoon.
Give it a whirl in your food processor and it's done!
I met two documentary filmmakers at a cookout last weekend who recently completed a short film titled 'Pimento Cheese, Please!' I took a batch and it was very well received (they took home the leftovers). It makes a great appetizer and is usually even better the day after you make it.