Slow Cooked Beef Ragù with Sweet Red Wine over Pasta

Summer holidays for Greeks are like the Holy Grail! They don’t want anything or anyone to disturb them and they do whatever they can to escape from big cities to an island or a seaside village in the mainland. Customarily, the month of summer vacations is August. Big cities start emptying and around mid-August they

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Roasted Vegetables and Sweet Wine Tagliatelle

After Greece’s liberation from the Ottoman Empire, the countries that protected the newly born State i.e. England, Germany, Russia and France agreed in placing a king of mutual acceptance as the head of the country. That King was Otto Friedrich Ludwig von Wittelsbach from Salzburg.  Because of his descent, as a ruler, he favored German

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Twelve Months of Deliciousness, The Best of 2015

Οι συνταγές και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος των αναρτήσεων! I was planning on posting a recipe I have tried and liked about an Asian chicken, but then I thought that since it is the end of the year it would be incomplete without a flashback with the greatest recipes of 2015. I loved everything I

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Ten Main Courses for Small Families, Winners and New Giveaway

  Christmas is just a breath away, literally and I am continuing my presentations of alternatives for Christmas Eve and Day. As my family consists of three, I thought of sharing with you main courses that are for small families or empty nests. Very easy to make, elegant and very tasty will please your taste

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Spicy Meatballs from Smyrna (Soutzoukákia Smyrnéika)

  Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! Smyrna or Smýrni in Greek or Izmir in Turkish is the third largest city of Turkey. It is one of the oldest cities in the Mediterranean found in 3,000 B.C. and was inhabited by Greeks from the ancient years until its destruction by the Turks

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