You will love these burgers! They are juicy, spicy and enclose beautifully melting cheese. The perfect pair with cold beer or wine!
These patties are traditionally made in Santorini with local cherry tomatoes. Generally, these tomatoes have thicker skin, are sweeter and larger than garden-variety cheery tomatoes. The most amazing thing is that these plants are never irrigated! They just absorb moisture from the island's volcanic soil, that harbours just enough moisture...
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This traditional dish of northern Epirus is called "ridanathema" and it is really something! Boiled chicken, beautiful rice and lots of feta cheese bake in the oven and make this extra yummy dish!
Skip the store-bought ice cream in favor of a homemade, boozy frozen yogurt that takes just 20 minutes to make. Enjoy!
Soulful eating, inspired by tradition, made with respect to the domestic history developed with love and filtered by the gastronomic performance of the future. The gustatory combinations at the menu of “Cuvee restaurant” (Aqua Blu, Kos island) are full of tension, like a new-found love.
These delicate and soft fish croquettes have an amazing light crisp coating and a beautiful, garlicky flavor. You are so gonna love them!
This hearty dish is very simple and quick, full of aromas! It cooks so evenly and it is big enough to fit dinner for 4.
Even though you can find ginger ale in any supermarket, making your own creates an entirely different (and remarkably better) taste...
Learn how to make this delicious refreshing red wine sorbet that works very well in cocktails, too! It's the perfect summer dessert for the adults!
This is a summer super-easy but impressive salad! Fresh and zingy, it makes a brilliant vegetarian dish.
What a delightful Greek custom! People make spoon sweets and offer them to guests as a symbol of hospitality along with a glass of cold water. Why are they called spoon sweets? Because the serving size is a well-filled teaspoon! What a sweet way to say "Welcome"!
Try these beautiful roast vegetables with a healthy and versatile cool dressing, that of yogurt and tahini, and add extra flavor to your gorgeous salad.