Hey there folks, so happy the Home May’d parties continue this week, Tuesday’s event is hosted by the most gracious hostess in the South and my dear friend, Ms. Rhoda of Southern Hospitality.
What a perfect opportunity to share my favorite summer pasta salad with you! It’s made with orzo, which falls under the pasta category, but in my opinion, orzo wants to crossover and be like rice. There’s some sort of meaningful and deep analogy there, but I can’t think of it right now, I’m too distracted by the feta. As you know, cheese is my Kryptonite.
This pasta dish couldn’t be easier to make, and it’s so delicious! It has cheese, awesome. Kalamata olives too, oooh, Greek infusion! Sundried tomatoes and toasted pine nuts add to its savory goodness, I just love it.
This dish is wonderful when the orzo is warm and the feta gets all crumbled and a little bit melty, but it’s really good served cold on a warm summer evening, and is the perfect gourmet treat for your next summer picnic. This is one easy recipe!