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ISO: Cheese 'cracker' recipe using cold-pack cheddar

LJS | Oct 21, 201005:51 AM     10

This is a recipe that in my household was made by my Mum for all our special family dinners and house-parties in Canada in the 50's-'70's.

It was made with MacLaren's Imperial Sharp Cold Pack Cheddar ( I have the cheese in front of me but no website is referenced)unsalted butter and flour and maybe Worcestershire sauce, cayenne, and shaped into logs, refrigerated and then sliced in small rounds and baked.

It did NOT include Rice Krispies (or any other cereal) and all the recipes I have been able to search include margarine and cereal and are often known as Newfoundland (NL) biscuits. I have had those, they are good, but that is not at all what I am looking for to serve under White Wine and Herb Jelly.

I would like to present this to guests tomorrow night and need to get the proportions right.

Thanks in advance!

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