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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Greek Feta Dip with Baguettes

My sister Bonnie is one of the best hostesses around.  Not only does she make delicious food that people love, she is also better at setting a pretty table and arranging everything to look its best than anyone I know.  When she told me about this Feta dip, and raved about how quickly it had been devoured, I knew I had to try it.

I made it when I last hosted book club, and it was a hit!  I had people calling me the next day for the recipe.

The best part is that this has got to be one of the easiest recipes on this blog.  There is no actual cooking involved.  It's all knife and spoon work, people.  In fact, you can make it by looking at these pictures--you don't even (gasp!) need the recipe card.

Step 1: drizzle olive oil in large platter
{Dice your tomatoes & chop your green onions}
Step 2: scatter diced tomatoes over olive oil
Step 3: add green onions
Step 4: crumble Feta over top of tomatoes & onions
Greek seasoning is what MAKES this.  You can find it with the
spices in almost any grocery store.  I have never had it before this
recipe, but it's delish!  Plus "an ancient Greek formula" sounds
soooooooo official . . . 
Step 5: Sprinkle generously with Greek seasoning
Step 6: gently combine all ingredients in platter
Serve and enjoy!
I made TWO platters of this stuff at book club and they were all gone before the night's end.  I loved it so much I made it again three days later so my husband could enjoy some.  Thanks for the great party food, Bon!
Book club party food.  We read the book The Egg and I by
Betty MacDonald--one of my all-time favorites.

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