Appetizer pancakes served with crème fraiche and a nice green salad on the side. Where is your glass of wine?
Cheese saganaki is a Greek appetizer (or mezze) that goes well with beer or your favorite wine. Traditionally, a saganaki is a small, two-handled pan. But it gives its name to every stove-to-table or oven dishes that use it.
A wonderful starter or main course to savor and share with others. It will definitely give you comfort and make you smile. Nothing wrong with that... Instead of potato use pumpkin or wild mushrooms.
Accompany this savory recipe with a glass of ouzo! It's the perfect meze for a mid-week evening with friends...
This bread is not hard to make, it's definitely not dry or crumbly, but instead soft, bendy, with a crusty exterior.
This delicious pie comes from Thessaly, region of northern Greece, the land of the Centaurs. It's simple, yet tasty, healthy and worth trying!
This broccoli gratin is a versatile side dish. Use good quality, fresh broccoli for the best flavors. And for those we love sage, scatter a 2-3 fresh leaves in the cheese sauce. The smallest hint of sage is nearly undetectable, yet gives the dish a special complexity.
Stuff and bake these really amazing mushrooms till hot, tender, and golden. Every bite is heaven, packed with beef and sausage flavors, topped with velvety béchamel sauce! Serve them a s appetizers as well. They are simply gorgeous!
This light but hearty salad will keep you satisfied and is perfect for your office lunch break or a light dinner.
This pie tastes pure heaven! The Kasseri cheese balances the intense aromas of the cured beef and the tomato makes it more sweet to taste! Enjoy with a nice glass of beer or wine!
Wild mushrooms -here we use porcini- are perfect when baked in the oven! They become really juicy. Serve them warm with greens and tomato and a nice glass of white wine!