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Ivy on Απριλίου 13th, 2012

I’ve been making tsourekia for years and when a recipe is tried and tested and good, I do not see any reason why changing it.   However, things do happen in the kitchen. Holy Thursday is the day we dye our Easter eggs and do most of the baking, so as usual, yesterday I dyed […]

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Ivy on Απριλίου 11th, 2012

  Lambriatika or Paschalina Koulourakia are Greek Easter butter cookies, which are traditionally made only during Easter and have a distinct flavour as baking ammonia is used as the leavening agent.    Baking ammonia, or ammonium bicarbonate, was used before the advent of baking soda and baking powder.  It is a chemical leavening agent originally made from […]

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Continue reading about Lambriatika Koulourakia (Greek Easter Cookies)

Ivy on Απριλίου 8th, 2012

Anginares à la polita is a dish originating from Constantinople, in Greek Constantinoupolis, also called «Polis» meaning the city of Constantine. Therefore this dish means «artichokes city-style».  Asia Minor used to be Greek for millenia until the Turkish Empire captured those territories as well.  The Greeks developed several styles of cooking such as Smyrneiki Kouzina or Politiki […]

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Continue reading about Anginares à la Polita (Vegan Artichokes)

  Happy Easter to all my friends celebrating Easter tomorrow. For us Orthodox, it’s Palm Sunday tomorrow and one of the two times during Lent where fish is allowed to be eaten.   The other day was on the 25th March, the Anunciation on the Holy Mary, when I cooked this recipe, as we avoided […]

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Continue reading about Perka sti Ladokolla (Perch en Papillote) with Fresh Rosemary and Garlic

Ivy on Μαρτίου 25th, 2012

Today is Evangelismos tis Theotokou (Annunciation Day) and also our Independence Day.  Chronia Polla to all our co-Hellences and Chronia Polla to my daughter, Evangelia (Elia) who is celebrating her name day. Whenever someone is celebrating their name day, there is always a dessert to offer to our guests. Although today I have made eclairs as this […]

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Continue reading about Kok, Greek Sponge Sandwiches

  Last Thursday was Tsiknopempti, which literally translates as stinky Thursday.  Stinky in a good sense, referring to the smell (tsikna) of the smoke coming , from the charred meat, which fills the atmosphere from everywhere on that day, as it is a tradition to grill or fry meet.  Pempti means fifth as it is […]

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Continue reading about Easy Spetzofai (Spicy Mezes with Sausages) and other recipes with My Spicy Sauce

Ivy on Φεβρουαρίου 9th, 2012

Gavros (anchovies) is one of the relatively cheap fish and that is why it is called «fish of the poor».   During the season it is fished in abbundance it ranges around 4 – 5 Euros a kilo and when the catch is not good, around the period when there is full moon, it reaches maximum […]

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Continue reading about Filetarismenos Gavros Plaki sto Fourno (Filleted Baked Anchovies)

Ivy on Ιανουαρίου 22nd, 2012

  Patsavouropita is a traditional Greek Tyropita (cheese pie) but before giving the recipe let me explain what it means  because I know it’s all Greek to you. Patsavoura means something which is not neatly stacked in an orderly way and also a rug used to mop up dirt and metaphorically it is a demeanor […]

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Continue reading about Patsavouropita (the easiest Greek Tyropita – Cheese Pie)

Ivy on Δεκεμβρίου 31st, 2011

It’s New Year’s Eve today and wanted to make a last post to thank all of you who have become my friends, through our common love, which is blogging, even if we are scattered in the four corners of this small world.   With some of you, we’ve met in person and I cherish this […]

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Ivy on Δεκεμβρίου 19th, 2011

Kotopita is one of many types of meat pites.  This particular pie is made with a horiatiko (village) phyllo pastry crust, which is very easy to handle and roll. I make kotopita with different kinds of fillings and two similar recipes are included in Volume 2 of my e-cookbook. You can serve this Kotopita during […]

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Continue reading about Video with easy way to roll out Phyllo and make Kotopita (Chicken Galette)

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