Ivy on April 6th, 2011

Whenever I go to the farmers’ market I come back with lots of fruit and vegetables and a few weeks ago I bought lots of greens to make spanakopita, where I love adding myronia, kafkalithres and other aromatic herbs.   However, I keep the most tender parts of spinach and other greens to make salads.  I […]


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Ivy on March 15th, 2010

As there is not much to say about revithosoupa, which is a simple dish, before I tell you how I make it, let’s talk a little about the word “Opaaa!!”.    I am taking this opportunity because the song which has been voted for the Eurovision song contest is called “OPA”. It’s an ethnic song and […]


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Ivy on November 15th, 2007

Hoummous or hummus, there are almost as many ways of spelling this as there are recipes for it. This soup is inspired by the Middle Eastern dip with the same name.   The ingredients are the same only more water is added to turn it into a soup.  It can be a  filling lunch, when […]


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