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  • Claire Hallman
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    They show up at every tea and shower around here. Most are made with a cookie press with the little wavy bar. Usually very peppery as well as cheesy.

  • ktdid
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    Thank You !! I was glad to hear some one had actually eaten them, Think I'll try these when it cools down, and not heat up the kitchen, hope you all have a blessed day Kathryn

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  • Hulamoon
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    All the places I worked we made them with puff pastry. We did make our own, ugg, but the freezer section is always there. lol

    This has a video in the link too.

    https://www.everyday-delicious.com/p...cheese-straws/

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  • osewme
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    Here's a link to Paula Deen's recipe for cheese straws. I absolutely LOVE cheese straws. I've not used her recipe but I am sure it is fantastic!
    https://www.pauladeen.com/recipe/zesty-cheese-straws/

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  • Hillbillyhike
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    I don't think I've ever had a cheese straw. They sound delicious!

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  • Cathy F
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    I don't have any recipe for them but they sound yummy. I hope if you find a good one you will share it with us.

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  • Bubby
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    There are numerous recipes online. They are all pretty much the same so I would pick one and give it a try. I did a Google search and several recipes came up.

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  • ktdid
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    Cheese Straws

    I believe this is mostly a deep south recipe, but doe's anyone have any to share? it's made from cheddar cheese then either put in a bag with a wide tip, or use a cookie press with a wide slot. I think way back, Paula Dean had a cooking show and mentioned having them in her restaurant, similar to a cracker. Thanks Kathryn
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