Greek Easter sweet bread is beautiful to look at – even more delicious to eat! It is traditionally braided and then baked, served to break the Lenten fast. This tsoureki has a twist! It is stuffed with praline paste and chocolate! Believe us when we say that with a huge...
The original pastistio is basically baked pasta with beef mince and long tube-shaped pasta, topped with a thick béchamel sauce. Our version here is lighter, a cheat's pastitsio, full of nice vegetables and fresh herbs! Try it. No carbs, we promise!
Tender octopus and artichoke hearts with their wonderfully nutty and creamy taste make an excellent dish. Try it!
These traditional Easter cookies (koulouria) are amazing and addictive. Most Greek houses bake their own koulouria during the Easter holidays but the recipe is slightly different from home to home. Very flavorful, airy and crunchy, they are perfect for your coffee or tea break! Enjoy!
The 25th of March is a day of great significance for the Greek people. They celebrate the Greek Independence and The Annunciation of Virgin Mary. Thus, the traditional dish of that day is "Bakaliaros skordalia", in other words, fried cod with garlicky mashed potatoes.
Light and fluffy, these cupcakes are full of key lime flavor! And the lime frosting is so sweet and tangy!
It's simple: A burger with all out favorite kinds o meat. What a combination and a taste to die for!
What a wonderful meze for your beer, wine or ouzo! Replace Kefalotyri with Romano cheese or any other hard, white medium salty cheese. The perfect nibble.
Lightly spiced, fluffy rice with lamb liver, with crunchy pine nuts and sweet raisins! How hard can it be?
This simple rice goes side by side with nice, ripe tomatoes and beautiful fresh herbs! The raisins balance the acidity of the tomatoes and the pine nuts give a crunchy effect. It's light and delicious, no doubt about that!