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feta radish dip

Today brings many things to talk about – Memorial Day, the new season of Arrested Development and this delicious spring inspired Feta Radish Dip. So, it’s pretty much a triple threat kind of day. In a good way.
Memorial Day is always a special weekend for my husband and I because our wedding anniversary is May 28th and therefore, it always falls right around Memorial Day weekend. Tuesday, we’ll be celebrating our 8th anniversary. I can hardly believe it’s been that long, it’s gone so fast.

And, for those of you who have Netflix, will you be watching Arrested Development tonight? If so, can I please come over and watch it with you? I’ll bring popcorn, I promise. And coffee.

See, the problem is that we don’t have Netflix, but I loooooooooooove Arrested Development. I have to admit, I’m nervous about the new season. The AD marathons on IFC all weekend have been a blast but I question whether or not the new season will be able to capture the quick wit and clever writing that the old seasons had. Only time will tell.

Be sure to let me know how you like it – if you watch it, that is.

Finally, we get to this bright and vibrant spring Feta Radish Dip. It’s fresh and creamy, made with Greek yogurt, feta cheese and beautiful red radishes. It pairs perfectly with some simple pita crisps to make an easy and quick appetizer for any party you’ll throw this season. Even if the party is just you, a glass of wine and the newest episode of Arrested Development. Trust me.

Be sure to visit Food Fanatic for my tangy unique Radish and Feta Cheese Dip Recipe.  Have a happy and safe Memorial Day and for all of my fellow Arrested Development peeps, enjoy the show! But  no spoilers, please!

Happy Memorial Day!


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4 comments on “feta radish dip”

  1. The link to the recipe is broken.

  2. YUM. I love feta and radishes, so this is right up my alley. Thanks for the tip!

  3. Looks so light and lovely! I love radishes and am always looking for different ways to use them. Beautiful!