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Cheese Flutes/Sticks

Hello there,  I hope things are good with everyone.  Ok, well I have been busy painting the house, and I have to admit I am doing a pretty good job.  Since, everything, well mostly everything here in Holland are written in Dutch, (I am taking Dutch lessons) I was not sure if the paints I bought were the right ones if you know what I mean.  Living in a another country with a completely different language is challenging enough, let alone buying paints, brushes, etc.  I had to use google translate, just to be sure.  I don’t know if anyone else uses google translate, but sometimes  the translation from Dutch to English or Greek for that matter has me on the floor laughing.  

Your probably wondering were there no sales people at the stores? there were, some do speak and understand English and others don’t, and of course I would find the sales person who’s English was ahhhh so and so.  The Sales person was helpful in her own way, I can’t complain…we were basically pointing at the paints, walls, and brushes, she was shaking her head letting me know that what I was pointing at is correct, so it worked out well.  

Since, we are having a bit of heatwave here this week, I decided to make these 2 cheese flutes, because they bake quickly and not too much work involved, I can’t have the oven working too long. No air conditioning, just a fan which just blows back hot air uhhhhh.  🙂

I hope you enjoy this recipe…..:)



  • 500 grams Feta Cheese
  • 12 Phyllo Dough Sheets
  • 250 grams Parmasan Cheese
  • 3 Eggs
  • 3 tablespoons Milk
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1/2 cup Dill Chopped
  • Sesame Seeds


  • Mix together in a large bowl all the ingredients. (except for the Phyllo Sheets)
  • In a baking pan add in one phyllo sheet at a time and brush with Olive Oil. Add the mixture into the sheets and spread from one side to the other. Unfortunately, my kitchen counter is quite small, as is my kitchen, and I am not able to open my own dough. This is the reason why I use store bought phyllo. I basically have to roll anything I do in the baking pan.
  • Fold, roll and tuck in the edges while working upwards till the end of the Phyllo Sheet. Brush Olive Oil and sprinkle with Sesame Seeds.
  • Bake at 180 degrees for 1/2 hours, until golden brown.


  1. Wow! Gorgeous!

  2. Delicious! Have you linked it up to #cookblogshare yet? I am hosting this week:)

  3. Really like this recipe, it’s quick and easy, and you can take it to a picnic or school or work. Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare:)

    • Its true, it is so easy to make and it is so tasty. Your welcome and thank you for inviting me…..:) I hope to be able to upload another recipe soon. Sophie 🙂

  4. I lived in Mexico for a few months when I was younger and would go bananas when I needed to discuss specific topics. Where is the bathroom… Donde esta el bano… Good morning… Buenos dias… I think I have strep throat… ????…. Can I borrow a hammer and screwdriver… ????????…. I can’t even imagine how you are doing it with Dutch! You are a rock star. Also if you ever make it to Texas, you must visit because those cheese flutes look INCREDIBLE!!!!! 🙂

    • ahhh your very kind. I have a really good friend who is Mexican and she moved back home from the states. 🙂 Starting something new is always difficult, but sometimes life just throws you some curves, that unfortunately just can’t be bypassed. Most Dutch do speak English, but sometimes you will find someone who does not speak English. What I found surprising is that if you ask a teenager a question in English they refuse to speak to you because they are embarrassed, but if you ask an older person, there English is fantastic!!!. I have been living here for about 5 years now with my husband and have been doing Dutch lessons, so I do understand what they are saying but speaking the language is wholeeee differentttttt worldddd. Especially when trying to pronounce the letter G. 🙂 Your very kind I truly thank you for your kind words. Truly appreciated….if I do get to Texas, I will absolutely drop by.

      • Yes I imagine that the complexity of Dutch is over the top! I find your comment about speaking with the different ages very interesting. I would try to find young children to talk to because I never worried about their judgement or thinking that I sounded goofy. I adore that you are embracing the life there. Just wonderful!

      • Thank you!!! My name is Sophie by the way, thank you again…

      • And I’m Joanna, but I go by Jo here. Lovely to meet you sweet girl. 🙂

      • Nice to meet you to Jo 🙂

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