Category Archives: Greek Food

Greek Spoon Sweets!

I grew up hearing stories from my parents telling me how lucky I was that I’ am experiencing times of abundance (concerning food of course) and anything I crave for I can have it! They were comparing my childhood with … Continue reading

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Athens Food Tour on camera!

Kara and Nate joined the delicious Athens Food Tour and they made an amazing video about it! On this tour, not only they got a feel for the flavour of Greek cuisine, but also the unique history, culture and heritage … Continue reading

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About… Greek rusks!

There’s only one country in the world, where something so humble, like the traditional hard, double-baked rusk, is considered a delicacy! This country is Greece!

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Thissio – the elegant neighbour of Acropolis!

On the north-eastern slopes of the Acropolis, lies the beautiful area of Thissio. Thissio got its name from the frieze on the Temple of Hephaestus, which is located within the beautiful archaeological site of the Ancient Agora. The frieze represents … Continue reading

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The Delicious Greek Pies – Traditional Cheese Pie Recipe

“Spanakopita” nowadays has become an international dish because all people who visit Greece try it and love it! Of course “spanakopita” is the top of the iceberg because all over Greece there are hundreds of different recipes for pies!

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Water: Nature’s Present

Whether on a lovely Athens Walking Tour, or while strolling the main streets of Athens, or by climbing the mountain slope of Delphi, or even during your swim at the beaches of Hydra while on a one day cruise, there … Continue reading

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The Wines Of Attica

To be enjoyed with all 5 senses Today I am going to write about one of my favorite subjects – wine. A master of wine told me that you have to enjoy wine with your five senses and I definitely … Continue reading

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Beans in Greek cuisine

Legumes are one of the basic elements of the Greek cuisine and the Mediterranean diet and they have fed generations for years and years. Not expensive food, easy to cook and healthy!

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Greek Easter – Do it the Greek way! (Part 4)

Four simple steps to discover the magic of Greek Easter! But this is already STEP 4! Catch up with STEP 1, STEP 2 and STEP 3 before you proceed. STEP 4 (and most important!) – Easter Sunday: Wake up as … Continue reading

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Sesame Halva or Grocer’s Halva

For Greek Orthodox people Easter is the most important religious holiday. Before Easter we have a 49 day period of fasting, the Lent. During the Lent people are not allowed to consume any meat or fish or eggs or dairy … Continue reading

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