MoCo Show in the Kitchen 11.20.20

by Patrick Herron

MoCo Show in the Kitchen 11.20.20

This week we will feature a simple honey dish that comes courtesy of the Montgomery County Beekeepers Association, as well as a guest submission from the City of Gaithersburg Casey Community Center! 

Feta Spread with Honey


8 ounces feta cheese
3 ounces cream cheese
Pita Bread
In a food processor, cream the feta cheese and cream cheese unit it is very smooth.  Put this mixture in the center of a pretty serving dish.  Make a well in the cheese mixture and pour the honey into it – use plenty.  Cut pitas into triangles and place all around the cheese and honey mixture.  Apples are also a nice complement to this spread.
(Find More recipes from the Montgomery County Beekeepers Here)

This dip is very simple and inexpensive to make. The honey I purchased at the Saturday morning Farmer’s Market in Gaithersburg (Kentlands), and everything else was purchased at Aldi for around $5 in total.If you don’t have a food processor, a blender would also work as long as you let the cream cheese soften a little. Total prep time was ten minutes.  The fresh honey definitely takes it up a notch and warming the pita bread is a must.

Score: 8/10

Next is a submission from Carolyn Crow. Carolyn is a Pillsbury Bake-Off finalist that runs the Let’s Cook@Casey virtual progam. Here’s here recipe for baked chicken with an Old Bay breading.

Here’s a link to the video

Next time we’ll start our journey to recreate classic dishes from MoCo restaurants that are no longer around. Let us know your suggestions!


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