Watermelon & Feta Salad

This simple, light and lovely dish (#38) is inspired by Amsterdam, the city in which I first sampled it.  Reading the description on the menu, I thought it sounded repulsive.  Watermelon paired with cheese and walnuts!?  Gross.  So on that premise, my friend and I decided to give it a go.

I was shocked.  The flavors paired together perfectly.  The light juicy sweetness of the melon balanced beautifully with the subtly strong cheese.  The walnuts added a fabulous crunch, another layer of texture variety to the dish.  I was surprised to find myself loving it!!

The ingredients needed are simple:

-Watermelon, cut into bite sized cubes.

-Feta cheese

-Walnuts (I imagine pine nuts would also be rather tasty…)

-Fresh Mint

-Balsamic dressing.

Directions: combine the first four ingredients in some semblance that is pleasing to the eye.  Drizzle on a bit of balsamic vinaigrette.  Enjoy!!  This dish is not only delicious but its beautiful, the colors vivid and eye-catching.  Serve it at your next dinner party to give off an adventurous and trendy vibe 😉

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Absolutely one of my top three favorite European cities.  Dreamy, like a fairy tale, romantic, unique, laid back and lovely.  I snapped this picture during my visit there last May, 2016.

To see all of the adventures, wanderings and amazing edibles I experienced on my recent trip to Amsterdam, look no further.  Here is smattering #1 of photos and stories, and smattering #2.  Enjoy!  I hope it may inspire a future trip for you 😉 as Amsterdam is without question one of the most underrated and awesome cities in Europe.

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