Article written by Mackensy Lunsford of the Citizen-Times Photo courtesy of the Citizen-Times Pimento cheese occupies similar space in the Southern food lexicon as grits do. Some Northerners don't quite get it. Southerners adopt it into their routine so thoroughly, it becomes part of the dialect. If you turn your nose up at either, many a Southerner might advise you to kiss their grits. The origins of the cheese, mayonnaise and sweet-pepper spread are murky, though some say it has highfalutin roots owing to the once-hefty price of the imported Spanish pimentos that gave the dip — sometimes called the pate of the South — its name. But in "Pimento Cheese: The Cookbook," Perre Coleman Magnes says enterprising Southerners...
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This is what Murray's Cheese has to say about our crackers: Former restaurateurs, Clark and Ana Mitchell, moved from New Jersey to Asheville, NC, intending to launch a restaurant, but discovered along the way that their crackers and baked goods instantly won over the community at local farmer’s markets. Never will you find two people more excited about crackers than Ana and Clark, and you can taste their enthusiasm and dedication in every crispy, crunchy bite. Give the crack(er) heads what they want! Click here for Murray's Cheese