+

Feta

Ina Garten’s Favorite Fruit Salad Tricks—Plus, 17 More Ways to Boost the Flavor

Seeing as it is the peak of summer time, we’re guessing that fruit salads are playing center stage in your picnic game. If not, is that because you find fruit salad a bit run of the mill and common...
Layout:

Kosher sheep feta

t
by Twinsx2mom 2 months ago

I am looking for Kosher sheep feta in the NYC area. Costco used to carry Tnuva, but discontinued it. Trader Joes also had an Israeli sheep feta. Both were very good. Galil has one with a bad t...

Keeping Feta Fresh

j
by jasmine 12 years ago

Help! I just bought some fresh feta and am not sure how to keep it fresh. Currently, it's in water - do I keep it in water? Change the water daily? Thanks.

Greek vs Domestic (US) Feta

z
by zackly 1 year ago

I saw a segment last night on America's Test Kitchen extolling the virtues of Greek vs Domestic feta. The Greek feta is made with sheep's milk while the domestic feta is made from cow's milk. I don...

Seafood and festivals on Long Island

Gastronomos
by Gastronomos 2 years ago

There's been discussions on seafood and Long Island. There's been discussions on festivals and Long Island. The fact that one needs to search for local seafood in a restaurant on Long Island....

Pasta with shrimp in tomato cream

LakaKuharica
by LakaKuharica 2 years ago

This creamy pasta dish, loaded with sun dried tomatoes and cheese looks and tastes simply amazing. Servings: 4 Total time: 25 min Prep time: 15 min Cook time: 10 min Ingredients: 3...

Storing Feta Cheese???

p
by Phoebe 8 years ago

I purchased Feta from an online source and it was not sent in a brine. How do I store it properly? Googled it and found to either make a brine or store it in milk. What ratio of salt to water for t...

Chicken Borek (Tavuklu Borek)

Macedonian Feta in SLC?

c
by chaco24 3 years ago

Hi All, I just moved here from Vancouver and am searching for a good Greek or Middle Eastern grocery store that would sell Macedonian feta (I've also seen it described as French Feta?). It's softe...

Left over feta cheese brine

f
by fishydish 10 years ago

Does anyone know a culinary (or even non-culinary) use for the brine left over after I eat up my feta? It seems a waste to pour it down the drain.

Feta cheese!

j
by jengogs 4 years ago

Where can I find fresh feta cheese in the St. Louis area? I normally get mine from 95th street market near Chicago, but I'll be in the St. Louis area this weekend and would like to buy some. When I...

Favorite brand of feta

c
by carolinaryan 4 years ago

What's your favorite brand of feta, preferably one that's available nation wide? My all time favorite so far is Vigo.... I will literally go through half a tub in like, two days. It's sooo good

Easy and Delicious Spanakopita Recipe

n
by Niki Rothman 14 years ago

A few months ago someone posted a question about peoples' secret food obsessions. I wrote about how I routinely brought home to SF, and froze, huge amounts of spanakopitas from a Monterey Lebanese ...

Best prices for cow-free feta in Mtl? (goat, ewe or both)

l
by lagatta 4 years ago

Any ideas about the best prices for goat's and/or ewe's milk feta in Mtl? Can be Greek, other Balkan or even local (which I guess basically means Skotidakis). No more than a 3 kilo container, 1 kil...

Searching for...spinach/feta pitas...help appreciated!

e
by eriberri 13 years ago

When I was growing up a favorite grocery store treat (Shaw's and Stop & Shop) were these pita bread "pizzas" that had spinach, feta and onion. They were kept near the deli, usually in with pita br...

Feta crumbles -- just stop!

j
by JRC14 4 years ago

What is it with the crumbled feta cheese tossed in salads? Not everyone appreciates this ingredient added in their greens, and last night at a fancy catered BBQ I found it mixed in both the greens ...

Feta: can it be frozen?

d
by dimsumgirl 4 years ago

I got a great deal on some feta cheese but I have more than I can use. Can I freeze it or will that ruin the texture/ taste?

What other cheese can replace feta?

k
by kelly 13 years ago

Can anyone recommend a cheese that would be good in Greek salads, orzo salads, etc, in place of feta? Something sharp, tangy, and with a soft or crumbly texture? Feta is my least favorite of all ch...

You've reached the end of this page

Catch up on the latest activity across all community discussions.

View latest discussions