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Ivy on Νοεμβρίου 14th, 2014

I do not post salads very often but I can assure you that we eat them on a daily basis.  Being a Greek, my all times favourite salad which makes it to the table 9 out of 10 times is, of course, the Greek Salad.  I do make other salads as well but since I […]

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Ivy on Οκτωβρίου 24th, 2014

You may be wondering what petimezi (epsima in Cyprus) and charoupomelo (teratsomelo in Cyprus) are.   Petimezi or epsima is grape juice, cooked until a thick syrup is produced.  It’s a product produced for millenia and you may already know it as grape syrup or grape molasses.   These two Greek traditional products were used in […]

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Continue reading about Chocolate Pudding with Petimezi and Charoupomelo

Ivy on Οκτωβρίου 14th, 2014

To all Greeks of Diaspora or friends of Greece, 18 food bloggers and 7 Chefs have joined forces to publish this e-book in Greek, to help «O Allos Anthropos» (the other person), which gives free food on a daily basis to people in need. All the proceeds of this cookbook will go to this cause. […]

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Ivy on Αυγούστου 25th, 2014

When I started blogging seven years ago, I never believed that it would last so long.  It is characteristic of those born under the Aries zodiac sign that we get very enthusiastic when we start a new project but we tend to lose interest and give up easily. Personally, I am surprised that I am still blogging […]

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Continue reading about Galaktoboureko in Kataifi Nests, sightseeing and 7th Blog anniversary

Ivy on Ιουλίου 22nd, 2014

Making liqueurs is very easy and you will find a few links of previous liqueurs I have made at the end of this post.  It can get even easier and cheaper if you preserve fruit and I will explain why. Years ago I used to discard the leftover syrups of the fruit preserves I made. […]

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Continue reading about Easy Cherry Pit Liqueur with Cherry Syrup

The usual Loukanikopitakia we make in Greece are those called Pigs in a Blanket made with frankfurter sausages, wrapped in puff pastry. The other day I made Galaktoboureko and had some leftover phyllo sheets*.  Instead of making the usual Tyropitakia I saw some Kalamata sausages** in the fridge, I had leftover parmesan from my last recipe […]

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Continue reading about Loukanikopitakia: Spicy Phyllo Wrapped Sausages with Leeks, Parmesan and Feta

Ivy on Ιουνίου 8th, 2014

  The dish is called hünkâr beğendi in Turkish, which means «the sultan was satisfied».   The French chef serving  sultan Murad IV (who was sultan from 1623 to 1640) , combined his knowledge with French cuisine to prepare a dish which would satisfy the sultan and he fully succeeded, creating  this delicious dish. This dish was made […]

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Continue reading about Hounkiar Begendi (stewed veal) and Eggplant Purée

I based this dessert on an older recipe of mine which I make with Greek yoghourt, whipping cream, sugar and canned tutti frutti.  These four ingredients make an easy and delicious dessert called Yiaourtoglyko (yoghourt dessert) which you can have ready in five minutes. I love making fruit preserves, which I love using  in my recipes. […]

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Continue reading about Yiaourtoglyko me Portokali (Greek Yoghourt Tutti Frutti with Orange)

Did you know that in the Middle Ages the British used to call the cauliflower «Cyprus Colewort»?   It is believed that the cauliflower originated in Cyprus, where the oldest record dates from the 6th century b.C.    Cauliflower,  arrived in Europe from Cyprus by the Venetians. It was then introduced to mainland Europe through Italy in […]

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Continue reading about Kounoupidi me Patates Kapamas (Stewed Cauliflower with Potatoes)

Ivy on Απριλίου 28th, 2014

This is a very easy pasta dish you can pull together in less than half an hour.  I always keep some sausages in the deep freezer and had some leftover leeks from the last time we went to the farmers” market.  Of course, it’s impossible that a Greek household is without feta, so with a […]

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Continue reading about Sausages in Tomato, Leek and Feta Sauce with Fussili

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