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Friday, November 4, 2011

Wine and Cheese? Yes please!

I have always been a huge cheese fan, and let me tell you, it has gone to a whole new level. I was recently on a two-day food binge, err, food marathon in Maine, when we randomly stumbled upon a little piece of Heaven.

Baked Feta

It was delicious.

Not much to it.

Just pure greatness!

I knew my husband, also being a huge cheese fan, would love this recipe! So once the kids were in bed I poured us a glass of wine, put on a movie, and baked the feta! SO simple, SO good! 

one block of good quality feta
a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil
a squeeze of half a lemon
a pinch of fresh oregano

Place feta in an iron skillet or oven safe baking dish. Drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice. Add remaining ingredients. 
Bake at 400 for about 20 minutes until the top is warm and bubbly. Serve with torn pieces of a toasted baguette or pita chips. 

Happy Friday! 


  1. this looks delicious. I think I need to crack open a bottle of wine...

  2. Beef and cabbage rolls, of course! My preference is the Dominican version. Here is an English version of the recipe http://holy-food.org/creating-recipes-using-leftovers/

    They would be a nice addition to the typical Thanksgiving meal. You could always adjust the flavors to suit your own tastes and the other dishes that you'll be serving.

  3. Most Christians have different kinds of meat as they have no religious objection to it. Some Christians however follow the vegan path for ethical or religious reasons. They base their practice on the other main biblical insight derived from Genesis 1.29 that depicts vegetarianism as God’s original will.

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  5. This looks so good . I have to remember this especially with the holidays around the corner.


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