Papoutsakia

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 the […]

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Ivy on Ιανουαρίου 25th, 2008

Papoutsakia means little shoes and probably they are named after their shape. To me they resemble like the balarina shoes my daughter used to wear when she went to ballet when she was younger. Most of the Papoutsakia recipes I have read want the eggplants to rest in salty water for an hour so that […]

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