One of the food faves we share is our fondness for the Cypriot goat and sheep’s milk cheese: halloumi. What is HALLOUMI? I know you’ve had it before, darlings, but are used to it being called something else…..
You might have had it come to your table in Greek restaurants as SAGANAKI: sizzling hot and flaming in a heavy-bottomed pan, with a squeeze of fresh lemon and the waiter’s yell of OPA as you scoop up it’s salty, gooey-ness with some fresh Greek bread. Sigh….sooo good!
But, if you live in Sydney, you’ll find halloumi served in myriad ways out side of Greek restaurants as well. La Diva has enjoyed it on toast with roasted tomatoes and poached eggs for breakfast, featured in salads with arugula (rocket) and grilled and served as bruschetta, to name a few.
Here, Mr. Tea shows us HIS favorite way to enjoy the salty, mozzarella-like cheese!
Oh, and as for Mr. Tea? He’s the drummer extraordinaire for several very popular bands, including Warp Record’s Pivot who is currently touring in Europe. You can learn more about Pivot and Mr. Tea here and follow Pivot’s tour and get their music here.
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Originally posted 2009-04-21 12:09:00.