Fassolada

Ivy on Απριλίου 1st, 2011

One thing I forgot to mention in my post for Nafplion was about Psorokostena, which is  a disparaging noun Greeks use to label Greece’s perceived socio-economic limitations. During the Ottoman occupancy, the Greeks were very poor but also after the Independence people lived in poverty for many years.  One day in 1826 they gathered at […]

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Ivy on Νοεμβρίου 23rd, 2007

  From all the dried legumes, in Greece, fassolada (and NOT fassoulada, which is the way the peasants used to call it), is  a hearty navy beans stew (or soup if you like) and is considered to be the national food of the Greeks. In the stew (or soup) various vegetables such as carrots, potato […]

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