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Molten Chocolate Cakes

Today is my birthday! I am officially 42 years old. I will spare you of all my inner thoughts, fears and resolutions I usually make this day, or every other day as a matter of fact and I will just offer you these little treats, which are absolutely ‘chocolaty’ and decadent. I found this recipe...

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Yogurt Chicken

I found this recipe many years ago in an online Greek radio station. Back then, I was really intrigued by the usage of yogurt in the end of the cooking procedure and I decided to give this a try. The recipe came from a person called Themis Liveriades. I had no idea who he was...

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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...

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Lachanodolmades (Cabbage Dolmades)

First of all let me just thank each and every one of you again for your beautiful wishes and comments. I really appreciate them a lot. We may live far away from one another, but we are all part of this beautiful community that has no borders and distances. Now back to our weekly recipe....

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Soufflé with Cream Cheese

I was browsing my recipes, to find something not too loaded with calories, not too fussy, not too much. I have to tell you that I have lots and lots of recipes. My husband makes fun of me and he says that, if every day I cooked a different recipe, it would take me 5...

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Molten Chocolate Cake

Now, isn’t this oven glove cute or what? I couldn’t resist the idea of photographing it and I found this opportunity with these cakes. My mother bought them for me and I think they are lovely. Anyway, yesterday my son finished studying early enough to allow me to go to the kitchen and make these...

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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...

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Crepes

I am really sorry for the delay in posting, but all this time I had my child sick with a flu and I had no time at all. Now that things go better I have a little time to give you the recipe of the crepes batter I have promised you. This batter makes around...

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