Asian Chicken and Rice with Vermicelli Noodles

Food blogging has widened my cooking knowledge so much and brought close so many different and delicious kitchens! I discovered dishes and ingredients so different than the ones I knew. I met so many different people sharing the same passion with me. It helped me recreate not only traditional dishes from other countries, but also

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Rice Pudding (Rizògalo)

In Greece, it used to be a custom, children to take the names of their paternal grandparents. For example, my name is Katerina just like my father’s mother and my brother’s name is John just like my father’s father. They did it mostly to keep the generation’s name alive and out of respect for the

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Sushi Cake

My second degree was in Business Administration and I took it from the American College of Greece. While studying there, I had the chance to meet so many interesting people and I hanged out with a few of them. We were a company of four to five people and we had so much fun. I remember

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Dolmàdes Gialatzì

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! As I have mentioned in previous posts, Greek kitchen is very much influenced by Middle Εastern flavors due to the ottoman occupation of the country from 1453 till 1821 and the Greek refugees, who came here after Greece’s defeat from Turks in 1921. One of the

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Saffron Rice with Golden Raisins and Pine Nuts – An Edible Mosaic Virtual Book Launch Party

I have a very special post for you today. My friend Faith Gorsky from An Edible Mosaic just had her first cookbook released: An Edible Mosaic: Middle Eastern Fare with Extraordinary Flair. I’m excited to be participating in her virtual book launch party and sharing a recipe from the book! Before I speak to you

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