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Christmas Menu

Time passes so fast! Do you realize that in less than three weeks we have Christmas? Oh my God! I have to start organizing things otherwise I am going to be drowned! What are your plans for Christmas? Are you spending them with family or going on a trip? I have no clue what we...

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Potatoes Dauphinoise

The Dauphiné is a former province in southeastern France, whose area roughly corresponded to that of the present departments of Isère, Drôme, and Hautes-Alpes. In the 12th century, the local ruler Count Guigues IV of Albon (c.1095–1142) bore a dolphin on his coat of arms and was nicknamed “le Dauphin” (French for dolphin). His descendants...

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Gnocchi a la Greco

Along with China, that had a bulletin that was delivered among government officials, Romans at a very early stage understood the importance of sharing information.  They created a “what we call today” gazette from 59 B.C to A.D. 222. The Romans were writing on it different articles and about different things such as: gossip, deaths,...

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Broccoli Salad with Greek Flair

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! I was knocking my head about what to write in this post. I am sure most of you have heard about what is going on here. It is one of those times you don’t feel like cooking or making anything, because circumstances have vested a dark...

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Greek Style Tabbouleh

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! Around 4,000 BC a nation called Canaanites, from their city of origin Canaan, inhabited the coastal areas and forested mountains of East Mediterranean coast, exactly where Lebanon is found today. During ancient ages Canaanites showed a very intensive trade activity throughout the Mediterranean Sea. Back at...

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Góghes with Chicken in Orange Sauce

Τη συνταγή στα ελληνικά θα τη βρείτε στο τέλος της ανάρτησης. As I promised in my previous post, I will tell you today everything about my trip to Nafplio. Nafplio was the first capital of Greece after its liberation from Ottoman Empire. You can check more on its history in my post Chicken Casserole. I...

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