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by ms.tmac on March 15, 2007 10:59 PM
This probally isn't a recipe for some....
-Penne Noodles
-Feta Cheese
-Grape or Cherry Tomatoes
-Black Olives or Green Olives
-Red Onion
-Green Peppers
-Greek with Feta Cheese Kraft Dressing(I like to make a huge bowl of this so, I use approx 1 1/2 bottles of the dressing)
Cook the penne noodles rinse with cold water and drain well.
Combine all ingredients in a large salad bowl making sure to cut the feta cheese into 1" cubes,halve the tomatoes & the olives. Cut the red onion & pepper into julienne style. Add in the penne noodles and the 1 1/2 bottles of dressing and mix together with salad tongs.

I like to pair this salad with Triple Grade A Top Sirloin Steak from Farmboy Market. The Beef is top quality from Northridge Farms Alberta Canada. Melts in your mouth. Hmmm!!!!Oh, and my husband puts the steak on the BBQ with Montreal style steak spice. Hmmm good.
by tamara on March 18, 2007 11:28 AM
Sounds good, I haven't seen Kraft Feta cheese dressing in the store though.

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by webwise on March 18, 2007 05:13 PM
As a Limey ms.tmac I must admit I am more into savories than sweet cakes etc. This sounds scrumptious. I love salads especially pasta/cheesy ones so I will definitely try this. Like Tamara I would probably have difficulty finding the ready made dressing but I am sure I can find a recipe on the web and make my own. Probably be healthier than Kraft as well. These big companies do tend to use a lot of sugar and flavor enhancers to sell their products. [angel]

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