The holidays are almost here and this is darn good , even better on a hamburger. Pinckney Cafe Pimento Cheese 2 cups white Vermont (sharp) cheddar, coarsely grated ( one block) ..... ½ cup mayonnaise ..... 2 tablespoons to ¼ cup chopped pimento .... 1 to 2 tablespoons chopped Spanish olives ( the green ones) ¼ teaspoon fresh lemon juice ..... White or Black pepper to taste 1. Grate the cheese using the largest holes on you grater. 2. Mix together all the ingredients , mashing the pimentos with a fork as you mix.( if you want to) Refrigerate until ready to serve. If you want cheeseburgers that are out of this world mix some of this in with the meat before cooking , than cook either in the pan or on the grill, the amount you put in is to taste but for me the more the better. 2. When getting the pimentos a small ¼ cup jar is just enough, also when I make this everyone in this area enjoys it and my wife told me to keep this in stock because it can be used with ANYTHING, including snacks. ( CAUTION IT IS NOT LOW IN FAT OR DIETETIC , BUT A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY, SOMETIMES.) Chuck.