Tuesday, February 28, 2012

baked feta with sage honey

lunchtime is breaktime for your brain. shut it off.

stop writing and stressing and worrying.. and just bake cheese.


bake your cheese. eat it with bread and a fruit.

read a magazine. turn on some tunes. try to massage your own back.
and scold yourself for not baking cheese for lunch more often.

honey and cheese should be together.

i used this wonderful sage honey that i purchased from whole foods.
but you can use any honey around you. this is baked cheese we're talking about, it's going to be pure greatness no matter what.

oh, and hey, i love you.

Baked Feta with Sage Honey

4-5 ounce slab greek feta, blotted dry with a paper towel
olive oil
2 tsp sage honey or other honey
few sprigs of thyme
fresh black pepper

preheat oven to 400. place the feta in a small ceramic baking dish. cover with a few glugs of olive oil and bake for 7-8 minutes. preheat the broiler. heat the honey over the stove or in microwave until fluid enough to be poured. pour honey over feta. sprinkle with sprigs of thyme and fresh ground black pepper. broil it until the cheese browns and just starts to bubble. 
serve with bread and fruit. 


  1. your cheese lovinf frieennFebruary 29, 2012 at 8:58 PM

    oh hey, i love you! and cheese.

  2. loving this! reminds me of the feta cheese sandwiches that were sold out of the canteen at my previous office. they were fluffy...non-baked but all sorts of fluffy. now, I wish I had them more instead of just my morning latte (maawning lah-tay).