Pasta with Seasoned Feta Screenshot from America's Heartland Season 7 Episode 11
Ingredients
 1 lb cooked bow tie pasta
 1 large tomato chopped
 1—2 medium sized summer squash chopped
 1 container of seasoned feta (feta in seasoned olive oil, roasted garlic)
Directions
1

Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. Serve hot or cold topped with fresh parsley.

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Ingredients

 1 lb cooked bow tie pasta
 1 large tomato chopped
 1—2 medium sized summer squash chopped
 1 container of seasoned feta (feta in seasoned olive oil, roasted garlic)

Directions

1

Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. Serve hot or cold topped with fresh parsley.

Pasta with Seasoned Feta
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