How do you make homemade cheese logs?

How do you make homemade cheese logs?


  1. In large bowl, stir cream cheese, Worcestershire sauce and mustard until blended. Stir in Cheddar and Stilton cheeses, bell peppers and chives.
  2. Divide cheese mixture in half. Shape each half into a log. Roll logs in walnuts.
  3. Place cheese logs on serving platter. Serve with apple slices and crackers.

Can you freeze cheese logs?

To freeze; chill the logs for 8-24 hours, then place in the freezer to freeze until firm, remove then wrap in plastic wrap then tightly in foil, place back into the freezer for up to 1 month.

How do you serve cheese logs?

When ready to serve, remove cheese log from refrigerator 15 minutes beforehand so it can soften. Drizzle with olive oil just before serving. Serve with toasted baguette slices or crackers. To toast bread, slice baguette into 1/2” slices and arrange on a large baking sheet.

What is a cheese log woodlouse?

The true definition of a cheese log is a woodlouse. You would say for example ‘chopped out a fair amount of garden overgrowth disturbed a lot of cheeselogs’. Other areas in the UK also call woodlice a similar name like “cheesy bobs” in Guildford, “cheesy bug” in Gravesend and “cheesy lou” in Suffolk.

How far in advance can you make a cheese log?

You can make this up to 1 week in advance. Wrap the ball tightly in plastic wrap and place in an airtight container. Store in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve it.

How long will a cheese ball last?

2 weeks
Storing: A cheese ball should be stored in the refrigerator and will stay fresh for several days or up to 2 weeks depending on the freshness of your ingredients.

Why is it called a cheese log?

How much cheese do I need for 30 guests?

How much is enough? A good rule of thumb is one ounce of each cheese for every guest, and about five types of cheese is perfect for any size gathering.

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