Comment on Watermelon Salad Bites by Trish.
was looking at the New York Times this morning and in a restaurant review they mention this appetizer! without the serrano: sissies!
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Watermelon Salad Bites
I am trying this out this coming weekend for the crowd of 2 at my house. I WANT THIS NOW! I wonder how my husband will feel. He loves watermelon, loves spicy peppers, hates feta. In fact we went to some fancy place last wknd for brunch, and he sampled my omelet which had about 3 times as much feta as was necessary, and it overwhelmed his humble midwestern palate. In fact, it was simply overwhelming to any palate. but it kinda put him off feta for life. Hmmm. Ooh, I know, I won’t tell him it’s feta. wow, this looks soooo good.
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