I made whipped feta and caper compound butter to serve with bagels and smoked salmon as a starter for a luncheon I hosted.
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When I first started blogging in 2009 I would post at least once a day if not more. When we went overseas I did not blog at all which meant weeks’ long gaps in my posting. After a couple of years I decided to streamline my posting schedule. Mondays and Fridays were dedicated to recipes. And on a Wednesday I would do a review or In My Kitchen Post, or something along those lines. When I was approached by Penguin to become a reviewer I decided that a Sunday would be dedicated to novels. And Saturdays were for sponsored posts. Then I moved my site to WordPress.org and installed a calendar plugin. This allowed me to schedule posts in advance which meant a consistent presence all year round. But now it is time for me to change that.
Today’s inspirational recipe from Lavender and Lime ♥ Whipped Feta ♥ #LavenderAndLime Click To Tweet
Today is the 1st of November and in a normal situation I would be writing this on the 1st of October. But life has thrown me some curveballs and it is 8 days later. This, coupled with the fact that for over a year, reviews have been nigh on impossible, has made me rethink my posting schedule. I am going to stick to the one month in advance working theory as soon as I catch up. And then I am going to write a few blog posts a week, as time allows. The part of me that likes streamlining and organization might have a wobbly. But I know that providing good content is far more important than recipes for recipes sake. It also means that I do not feel under pressure when we get back from travelling, whether locally or overseas. Do you feel you need to stick to your posting schedule?
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- 200 g soft feta, broken up
- 110 g thick yoghurt
- 5 g dill fronds
- 1 lemon, zest and 60mls juice
- salt and freshly ground black pepper to season
- Place the feta, yoghurt, dill, lemon zest and juice into a blender
- Season generously then blitz to combine
- Adjust the seasoning if necessary then decant into a serving container
- Refrigerate for at least an hour before serving
12 thoughts on “Whipped Feta”
Hi Tandy, I like this recipe, thanks. I don’t stick to a blogging schedule. I aim to do my Dante’s Divine Comedy posts one a week and Thursday Doors on Roberta Writes. Everything else is at my discretion and when I feel like it. I just can’t stick to schedules with my job and life. I still manage to post most days on one or the other of my blogs.
With life and life, and I cannot get back into a routine!
What a great idea!
Your feta looks fabulous and I’d like to try it with other spices beyond dill. As for my posting schedule…!!
haha, I wish you would post again!
I like how organized your posting schedule is. Monday is the only day I have a theme to my posts; the other days I’m just scrambling to come up with something…
I am scrambling! I have only just managed to get tomorrow’s’ post done!
Oh no – I am bad with schedules. I try sticking to some, but it’s all about my mood and inspiration, too 🙂 But I am quite positive I can stick to this delicious whipped feta. Perfect material for appetizers!
You have so many recipes planned ahead which I am sure helps 🙂