Pickled

Greece has a tradition in fishery since ancient times.   If you take a look of Greece οn the map you will see thousands of kilometres of coastline and only our Northern borders are not surrounded by sea but even there, fishery was part of their occupation as they would fish in lakes and rivers. […]

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Continue reading about Melanouria (Saddled Seabream) with Ravigote Sauce & my «Pickled Salad»

Ivy on Μαΐου 26th, 2011

It’s been quite a long time I hadn’t been at the farmers” market as the past weeks we have been going to Nafplion on Tuesdays, when it’s the day we have our farmers” market.  Last Tuesday when we visited we stayed overnight and I knew that on Wednesdays there is a farmers” market in Nafplion […]

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Continue reading about Ampelokorfades Toursi (Pickled Vineyard Shoots)

Ivy on Ιουνίου 26th, 2010

Here are a few things I made with the pickled cherries. Actually, this was not a four course meal but each recipe was made on a different day but  I just realized that I made an appetizer, a salad, a main course and a mezes/dessert okay it’s not actually a dessert but can be turned […]

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Continue reading about A four course Meal using Pickled Cherries

Ivy on Ιουλίου 14th, 2008

Glyka tou Koutaliou, which translates as «spoon sweets» are fruit preserves, served in a spoon (occasionally with a small fork) as a gesture of hospitality. They can be made from almost any fruit, though sour and bitter fruits are especially prized. There are even spoon sweets made from vegetables such as carrots, eggplants, tomatoes etc. […]

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Continue reading about Glyko Karpouzi – Watermelon Rind Preserve (spoon sweet)


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