Month: January 2011

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Seafood Burritos

I am sure whenever you posted a Mexican recipe, I have leaved a message saying how much I love this kitchen. This is absolutely true and in every occasion, although my picky son doesn’t appreciate it as much, I try to cook a new recipe. I have also pointed out that here in Greece we...

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Classic Baguette

Bread, the primary and very important food for humans from the Neolithic era. It is considered to be one of the oldest types of prepared food. It is amazing how bread in many forms plays a major role in most cultures and nationalities. Bread is a basic and very nutritious form of food, plus it...

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Pistachio Stuffed Chicken

Originally this dish was called Pecan Chicken, as it was stuffed with pecans. I found this recipe in an old cookbook of mine called The Great Chicken Cookbook by a lady called Judith Ferguson. I have never heard of her before, but the pictures in the book were so tempting that, I over passed my...

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Beef Stew with Pumpkin Gnocchi

And you thought that by making one pumpkin pie I would exhaust my pumpkin ideas, projects and exploitations. No, I haven’t finished yet. I have just one more dish for you, these beautiful pumpkin gnocchi. I wanted to do something a little different than the ordinary and as I was visiting your blogs, I saw...

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Saint Basil’s Pie (Vasilopita )

First of all I would like to wish to all of you my friends a Very Happy and Loving New Year. I hope that 2011 really good things will happen to your lives this coming year. Ok, let’s talk a little tradition here. In Greece we, Christian Orthodox, have the custom of Vasilopita. Just after...