Cakeffles

Cronus father of Zeus and some of the other gods, in order to save his throne from his descendants, devoured his children the moment they were born. His wife Rhea after taking the advice of Gaia and Uranus decided to give birth to Zeus away from his cannibal fathers, so as to avoid the fate

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Crab Meat Profiteroles

The second labor of Heracles was that of killing the Lernaean Hydra. Hydra was a horrible, serpentine monster that lived in the lake Lerna in Argolis. This monster was the offspring of Typhon and echidna and had nine heads one of which was immortal. Its breath was so poisonous and its blood so virulent that

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Barazék

Mesopotamia was a vast area that extended from the Tigris river to the Euphrates and beyond up to the Mediterranean Sea. That part included modern countries of Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan. This area is called Fertile Crescent because if its shape. The first settlers in the region were the Sumerians and they

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Sweet Bread Donuts or Tsounuts

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! Tsoureki, panarët (Arbërisht), choreg or “chorek” in Armenian, çörək in Azerbaijani, kozunak in Bulgarian, cozonac in Romanian or çörek in Turkish, is a sweet, egg-enriched bread, rooted in the cuisines of Western and Central Asia. It is formed of braided strands of dough. Such rich brioche-like

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Homemade Lady’s Fingers or a Quick Sweet Fix

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! During Christmas I wanted to make a Millefeuille for some friends who were coming over for dinner. I was under the impression that I had some puff pastry  lady’s fingers in my pantry and so I didn’t include them in my shopping list. Unfortunately, very late

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