Greek Gyros

I think that the most famous and well known Greek food is probably souvlaki. And it has every right to be, as it is not only super delicious, but also it is an easy to put together and whole meal on its own. In Greece, we love souvlaki and all its variations. In every neighborhood

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Slow Cooker Chickpeas with Spinach

Puppet show has its roots to all ancient civilizations such as the Chinese and Greek. All of them have a common characteristic, that being the domination of one character who is cunning, crafty, naughty, sneaky and inventive. He uses all these “virtues” to survive and trick the authority and sometimes he acts also as a

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Pork with Celery and Avgolemono Sauce

Between 1600BC and 1100BC a great civilization flourished in mainland Greece and more specifically in the Peloponnese peninsula; The Mycenaean Civilization. It grew so strong and powerful that dominated eastern Mediterranean Sea, Crete and the islands of Aegean Sea. The center of this civilization was the city of Mycenae, from which historians gave it its

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Vegan Chocolate Tart with Strawberries

Today is Clean Monday for Orthodox Christians. This signals the beginning of a fifty days’ Lent from now until Easter Saturday, which this year is on 30th of April. This particular Lent is a very strict one, having everyone who follows it, to refrain from anything that comes from animals i.e. meat and its byproducts,

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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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