Chicken Tagine Marocain

I thought that I gave you too many sweets this period and as my son’s dentist say to him “Sweets are bad for your teeth”. So, let’s do something to change this today and make this beautiful Chicken Tagine from a country that is a lot different from where I live and probably from the

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Melomakarona Part 2

Christmas has passed. I am sure you all had a great time with your families or friends. But don’t get sad, we have New Year’s Eve still coming. It is a big celebration as well. I know that some of you may have had all their share on cookies, but I promised to give you a

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Merry Christmas

Myspace Graphics, Christmas Graphics at WishAFriend.com No recipe today, just wishes for the occasion. I would like to wish to everybody Very Merry Christmas. May the birth of Jesus give to you and your families good health, love and joy. I hope you will all have a wonderful time whatever you do simple or more

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Melomakarona (Greek Christmas Cookies) Part 1

Ok, I am sure you noticed the part 1 in my title. This is because I am going to give you two recipes for melomakarona. One by Stelios Parliaros and one by Simone Kafiris. I told you before how much I admire Stelios Parliaros, not only because he is a great pastry chef, but also

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Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Potatoes

Christmas is on its way and I am cooking and baking, so I can post Greek festive recipes. Just to give you an idea of how we celebrate in Greece, I will tell you what we normally cook and bake. In terms of sweets we have basically, three types of sweets: melomakarona, kourabiedes and diples.

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