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Lemony Shrimps

Greece is surrounded by sea. According to encyclopedias, Greece has the 11th longest coastline in the world at 13,676 km (8,498 miles) in length, with approximately 1,400 islands, of which 227 are inhabited. From the ancient ages all civilizations that lived in this part of the world had a very close and strong connection to...

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Fanouropita (Saint Fanourios’ Pie)

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! In Greece the majority of population is Christian Orthodox. This religious form resulted from the schism of 11th Century A.D. The schism between the Eastern and Western Mediterranean Christians resulted from a variety of political, cultural and theological factors which transpired over centuries. In 1054 the...

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Home-made Halvà with Tahini

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! Halvà is a sweet that is eaten from Mediterranean Sea to India in several variations and textures. In Greece we have three different types of halvà. The first and most common one is halvà with semolina. This one is made very easily at home. The second...

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Orange-Flavored and Spiced Up Honey Mug Cakes

Η συνταγή και στα ελληνικά στο τέλος της ανάρτησης! Do you remember the Chocolate Mug Cake  I made some time ago? Well, I called my friend  Laura  the other time and she told me that she had made this cake many, many times since then and she asked if I could make a mug cake...

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Polynesian Pork Roast

School has started here and along with this, my everyday suffering as well. Is it my imagination or the boys are –how can I put it in a more gentile manner- more abstract minded than girls? I mean, my son, although he has a brain that works really well, he goofs around and refuses to...

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Quick Meals Part 3: Balsamic Chicken Drumettes

My son is a very picky child. He could eat pasta Bolognese for ever. He does not appreciate my culinary endeavors whatsoever. Every time I make something new, extraordinary and tasty, he just takes his tongue out with disgust. One of the very few, very few I repeat meals he loved from the very first...

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Chicken in Honey Mustard Sauce

I always say that these days are great, but only if you are a kid. Every year I say to myself that I will make time for me, so as to enjoy these days and every year I am up to the neck at work and at home. Anyway, this is a very easy recipe,...

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Tiganites with Yogurt

When I woke up on Saturday morning I wanted something sweet and filling. During summer I found this recipe from Diana Kohyla in a recipe book which, translated, is called “The dictionary of greek cuisine” and was given gratis with a greek newspaper called “TA NEA”. I gave it a try and it was very...