Original Bar Cheese Spread Recipe
Prepared horseradish, processed cheese spread, Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, and dry mustard work together to make a snack dip with an interesting bite.
I love Win Schulers Bar Cheese as I was growing up in Southeastern Michigan. Gordon Food Service used to have their version called 'Tavern Cheese Spread' in their retail stores here in Florida. I'd buy it a case at a time but when I went back to resupply, they discontinued it.. OH NOOOOO!!! I gotta have my fix, especially with upcoming football parties. Now that I've found the recipe, I'll just make my own!!
Tasty cheese spread I made with a block of Kraft extra sharp cheddar cheese. I melted the cheese on the stove and added a splash of milk. Since the cheese block was 8 ounces, I made half the recipe, so I estimated the garlic powder. It's a good imitation of Win Schuler cheese.
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