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Recommended for traditional Greek salads or other dishes, including appetizers, it can be crumbled or cubed.
Louis, has added Epic Fat Free Mediterranean Herb Crumbled Feta and Epic Classic Feta in Brine to its Epic Feta cheese line.
As others have noted, he in turn sounds for all the world like Walter Benjamin in "Paris, Capital of the Nineteenth Century": "In the convulsions of the commodity economy we begin to recognize the monuments of the bourgeoisie as ruins even before they have crumbled.
Crumbled pavement is often scooped up, crushed, and recycled into new paving material or other highway structures.
total) green bell peppers, stemmed and seeded 3 cups skinned, shredded cooked chicken 1/4 cup feta cheese, crumbled Herb dressing (recipe follows)
Likewise, CNN was there with cameras rolling when Yeltsin emerged from the building to straddle a tank and rally his supporters, and later as Gorbachev was restored but the Soviet Union crumbled.
After the alliance with the Republicans crumbled, the civil rights cause gathered momentum, and by 1957 the first major civil rights act became law.
For the crumble: 75g Waitrose Organic Sliced Wholemeal Bread, 1/4 x 100g pack Waitrose Organic Walnut Halves, 20g pack fresh organic curly parsley, chopped, 100g Yeo Valley Organic Cheshire Cheese, crumbled.
Or make a "sloppy joe" with crumbled soy "meat," prepared barbecue sauce, and some diced onions, then serve over a whole wheat bun, on top of a baked potato, or rolled into a tortilla.
The calcium silicate hydrate can grow into spiny and densely packed tendrils that stick out from cement grains like porcupine quills, or it can form a structure resembling crumbled foil.