Ivy on November 27th, 2010

Μy friend Marianna Kavroulaki, archaeologist and researcher in food history organized an Ancient Greek Symposium, called Edible History and Edible Stories.  In ancient Greece, the symposium was a drinking party (from Greek «συμποτείν» (sympotein), “to drink together”). I love ancient Greek history and in a lot of my posts you will find references relating to […]


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Ivy on November 2nd, 2007

Ttavas, written with double “t” to indicate the heavy accent and pronunciation of the Cypriot dialect. Many Cypriot words have retained their double consonants and the route of this Cypriot pronunciation comes from the ancient Greek which Cypriots keep in their pronunciation and way of talking until today. Ttavas takes its name from the dish […]


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