Hope you all had lovely Holidays. I cannot say the same, as we had to spend a whole day in hospital on Wednesday, after my son had a stomach virus and then on Christmas day my husband caught it as well but thank God it only lasted for a few days and they are beginning [...]
Most of us have a hard time deciding what to cook for the holidays. Here are a few ideas and hope this will help a few of you. Psaronefri with prune sauce Stuffed Turkey Roulade Stuffed Turkey (Cypriot recipe) Cottage pie with your leftovers Roasted lamb or goat Beef in Dark Beer and Pumpkin Sweet [...]
Each year I have been making the same Christmas Cake year after year after year and I still love it and will be making it again some time in the future. However, I still want to experiment with new things and this year I am making a Christmas Cake based on the older recipe but [...]
Theofania: The celebrations throughout the Twelve days of Christmas, called Dodekaimera, period until Epiphany, (6th January), end on Epiphany day where Greek Christmas celebrations conclude with the feast called «Ta Phota» meaning «The Lights».
My best wishes to all of you for a Happy New Year!! Vassilopita is our traditional New Year’s cake which is also made as Tsoureki, a Sweet Bread. This cake can easily be called an orange cake and it is similar to a pound cake, in which a coin is inserted for good luck. There [...]