Sliced Feta With Oregano and Olive oil

Sliced Feta With Oregano and Olive oil created by Boomette

A Greek recipe for ZWT6. Whatever else is on your table as an appetizer or main meal, add a slice of feta cheese. Feta is the ultimate "table cheese," meaning it can go on the table before you even start thinking about a meal, and stay there to accompany each course, even dessert fruits. This non-cook "recipe" puts an authentic touch of Greece on your table in two minutes.

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  • Put a 1/2 inch slice of feta cheese on a salad plate.
  • Serve it plain, or sprinkle with oregano (and pepper if you like), and drizzle with olive oil.
  • Feta is a salty cheese that adds flavor to whatever else you've got on the menu, and an authentic Greek touch to your table.
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"A Greek recipe for ZWT6. Whatever else is on your table as an appetizer or main meal, add a slice of feta cheese. Feta is the ultimate "table cheese," meaning it can go on the table before you even start thinking about a meal, and stay there to accompany each course, even dessert fruits. This non-cook "recipe" puts an authentic touch of Greece on your table in two minutes."
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  1. Boomette
    Very simple and easy but oh so good! Perfect! Thanks ElanieMay :) Made for Bargain Basement tag game
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  2. Boomette
    Sliced Feta With Oregano and Olive oil Created by Boomette
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  3. Elaniemay
    A Greek recipe for ZWT6. Whatever else is on your table as an appetizer or main meal, add a slice of feta cheese. Feta is the ultimate "table cheese," meaning it can go on the table before you even start thinking about a meal, and stay there to accompany each course, even dessert fruits. This non-cook "recipe" puts an authentic touch of Greece on your table in two minutes.
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