Oh Goodness….We had the opportunity to go to the Masters Golf Tournament last week. Saturday was simply the prettiest day ever for me at the Masters. The grass was so vividly green, with all the azaleas in bloom in such wide arrays of colors. They had wisteria blooms hanging from the trees. It was a nice spring day was somewhat cool, sunny with a light breeze just lovely. You could smell the wisteria in the air, I could not have ordered a prettier day. Well…you know me it is all about the food….heee heee see there is a tradition at the Masters. It is Egg Salad and Pimento Cheese sandwiches served on good ole white bread. We get ours with iced tea of course. We cannot make up our minds so we get one of each and half them, we call it a split decision one of each why we can’t decide which one is best….so we get both and it is a perfect world. Yip heeee well….let’s just say we had many split decisions. This year they added a new item an ice cream sandwich which is a sugar cookie with peach ice cream oh goodness what fun! The best part you can get all this for $7.00 bucks what a screaming deal! love it!
6 large hard boiled eggs
4 tablespoons Hellman’s mayo
1 teaspoon white vinegar
1 teaspoon yellow mustard
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon finely grated vidalia onion
I peel my eggs and place them in the food processor and pulse them a few times around do not over do it, once all finely chopped stop. In a medium bowl I mix mayo, vinegar, mustard, salt, and onion. Once this is mixed well,then add the chopped eggs and mix until just combined.
Note we do like to add this egg salad to a BLT sandwich, this makes an amazing sandwich…fur sure!
8 oz grated cheddar cheese-I used Cracker Barrel Yellow Sharp
2 oz jar of pimentos, drained
1/4 cup of Hellman’s mayo
1 tablespoon sour cream/creme fresh
1 teaspoon finely grated vidalia onion
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
dash of worcestershire sauce
Mix pimentos, mayo, sour cream, onion, cayenne and worcestershire well in a bowl until mixed completely then add your cheese and continue to mixed until just combined and creamy. Enjoy!
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