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Pinecone Cheese Spread

Pinecone Cheese Spread recipe
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Cute, right? Squirrel this recipe away for your next party: A creamy mix of five cheeses plus Dijon mustard and almond slices will have guests pining for more.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
2 hr 20 min
servings
total:
16 servings, 2 Tbsp. spread and 5 crackers each
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posted:
12/7/2005
I have made this twice and get rave reviews each time. Not your ordinary, plain cheese ball. I did not do the "pinecone" shape either, just rolled in finely chopped almonds instead. It was gone from our holiday party in less than a 1/2 hour!
posted:
3/21/2005
I fixed this for a big family gathering and served it with assorted crackers and hard breads and they loved. It was easy to fix and the dijon mustard gives it the kick it needs to set it apart from other spreads.
posted:
3/4/2005
I brought this to work and it was a big hit. I put the cheese pinecone on top of some rosemary sprigs so it resembled evergreen boughs.
posted:
2/12/2005
Everyone loved it. Some family members even asked for the recipe. Thanks.
posted:
2/3/2005
Made this for New Year's Eve party. It was a smashing success and very easy to make. Has become a regular for friends and family.
posted:
1/29/2005
Make this for 2 occasions; everyone raved about it - they were amazed by the looks and taste. It was hard to shape - mine looked more like a christree shape than pinecone.
posted:
1/10/2005
Easy to make and very tasty. Shaping it into a pine cone was difficult so it just looked like a ball instead of a pine cone. Don't use a blender either. I used my Kitchenmaid mixer and that worked much better.
posted:
1/7/2005
I made the dish for a holiday party. Everyone loved it and it looked just great. But you reallly can't use a blender as you suggest because it does not mix well and the blades can't move well. I did get a food processor for Christmas and I look forward to making this again.
posted:
1/6/2005
Looks beautiful on the table and tastes even better!
posted:
1/5/2005
toasting the almonds was a trial and error, but the recipe was a huge hit once I got it right!
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