Prunes

During my recent trip to Cyprus we took a trip to my brother in law’s village. On our way, we passed from my mother’s village which is called Kyvides and is on the road which leads to the «krassohoria» which is the wine producing area of Limassol. The settlement of Pano Kyvides, according to the Great […]

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Continue reading about Commandaria, the most ancient Cypriot wine, still in production and Commandaria braised Pork with Leeks and Plum Sauce

Ivy on Οκτωβρίου 5th, 2009

One of September’s grapes is called fraoula, which means strawberry. I do not know why it is called strawberry but I suppose it could be because of its colour or taste.     We usually don’t eat grapes except for the seedless sultana grapes but for some unknown reason when I saw them at the […]

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Continue reading about Poached Fruit with Mavrodaphne or Commandaria

Ivy on Νοεμβρίου 28th, 2008

I am having a hard time writing this recipe as I am not sure what the English word would be for psaronefri. I think it is called pork tenderloin. I will be calling it a pork tenderloin until someone corrects me and then I will correct the post as well. I tried two methods.  One […]

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