a soft, white, brine-cured Greek cheese made from sheep's milk or goat's milk.
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Crumble in some cotija or feta and eat it with flour tortillas for a simple lunch.Pico de gallo, a classic Mexican salsa fresca, is more than a garnish | Daniela Galarza | August 25, 2021 | Washington Post
Divide across 6 bowls, garnish with the freshly sliced scallion, dill and the remaining feta cheese and serve.Toss pasta with spinach, feta and dill for a speedy vegetarian supper | Ellie Krieger | July 8, 2021 | Washington Post
Double dipping is so two years ago, but I found myself returning an ever-shorter baton to the accompanying whip of manchego and feta cheese.If you think fine dining is on pause, Imperfecto would beg to differ | Tom Sietsema | May 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Drizzle with the vinegar, sprinkle with the feta and parsley, and serve warm.A buttery braise sweetens radishes and melts their greens | Joe Yonan | April 23, 2021 | Washington Post
That’s the essence of this bright, crisp, farmers-market-inspired salad, which can launch a multitude of spring meals, topped with or served alongside just about any grilled or roasted protein, or a nice slab of feta.Loaded with two types of peas, radishes and mint, this lemony salad sings spring | Ellie Krieger | April 15, 2021 | Washington Post
Mozzarella, ricotta and burrata all come from the south of Italy; feta is from Greece.
Things get started later here: The Starbucks crush (i.e., when they run out of spinach-feta breakfast wraps) is around 11.
You can eat it with powdered sugar, but my favorite is with feta cheese and raspberry jam or fresh raspberries.
This watermelon, feta, and black olive salad recipe from Nigella Lawson reminds me of that.
Watermelon is also unbelievably good with a salty cheese like feta.
The great signal-tower of the citadel is a reconstruction of a pharo called Khalef-el-feta, which stood here in 1068.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets | Francis Miltoun
feta is soft and as blinding white as a plate of fresh Ricotta smothered with sour cream.
This gray and greasy, hard and brittle palate-tickler of sheep's milk made us bleat for more feta.
A more exciting olive cream may be made with Greek Calatma olives and feta sheep cheese.
We then compared feta with thin wisps of its grown-up brother, Casere.
British Dictionary definitions for feta
a white sheep or goat cheese popular in Greece
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