I am truly sorry for disappearing again. My final few weeks of university (ever!) occupied a great deal of my time. I have now completed my four-year degree and it's time for me to enter the real world!
I have lots of blog ideas in the pipeline and waiting to be used once I have the free time. This dish is very simple, but I thought that it would be better to post a simple recipe rather than none at all.
I love shopping in the supermarkets in the evening - I always manage to grab so many bargains. One of the recent bargains that I picked up was a large box of fresh blueberries for 50p! I had some feta cheese in the fridge and I also decided to buy some fresh thyme. I simply threw these three ingredients together to create a beautiful, simple and tasty salad that is perfect for these glorious sunshine-filled days that we have here in England.
Blueberry, Thyme and Feta Salad
40g diced feta cheese
20 sprigs fresh thyme
Drizzle of balsamic vinegar
Mix all the ingredients together and serve as a starter, side or snack.
I hope to be back soon now that my studies are complete. Thank you for being so patient, my lovely readers. Please stay tuned!
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I reaally miss you but I m happu you comeback, really delicious recipe:))ReplyDelete
wow...lovely photographs...and what an easy salad. thanks for visiting my blog:)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on finishing your degree! That's fantastic. This salad is the perfect summer treat.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on completing your degree - how are you going to celebrate? Blueberries for 50p? What a bargain and a lovely salad you've made with them!ReplyDelete
I love it. This salad looks wonderful!ReplyDelete
Congratulation for the completion of your degree! Big parties and celebrations?ReplyDelete
I always eat blueberry with sweets and cakes and never try eating with salads and savoury. Your salad combination looks very interesting.
Beautiful photograph. The salad looks lovely and I agree night time supermarket shopping has the best bargains. Well done on finishing your degree. I hope you find the job of your dreams.ReplyDelete
This salad looks so fresh and tasty! Perfect for summertime:) Sometimes simple is best!ReplyDelete
Congrats on your great accomplishment of getting your degree! Woo Hoo!!!
What an unusual salad! Very original and surely delicious. That combination is amazing.ReplyDelete
congrats on finishing your 4 years of uni! this time next year, I'll be pretty much in the same position. ah, already gettign worried about what to do after I graduate.. hope things go well for you, and love the freshness and simplicity of this recipe!ReplyDelete
4 years is a long time, congats on all your hard work at uni. I have one son who is going into his 4th year and one who is going to be starting uni in Oct, so I know how hard you have worked.ReplyDelete
The salad looks stunning!