• March 2, 2020
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    Greek Lent

    Greek Lent

    The so-called Chiknopempti is the last day to eat meat, since on the Sunday of Carnival, after all the revelry from the Carnival and the float parades, we should consider very seriously the concept of…

    Greek Mussels Recepie

    Greek Mussels Recepie

    As a sea food, mussels are full of nutritional ingredients, they contain plenty of minerals and vitamins, they are very tasty and above all they are thought to be strong aphrodesiacs. Bear in mind though…

    Christmas Greek Table

    Christmas Greek Table

    Although the following meals are not deemed to be Mediterranean, they are 100% Christmas recipes offering the necessary ingredients a Christmas table should have. Christmas dinner is affected by the brightness and the enthusiasm of…

    Love Those Olives!

    Love Those Olives!

    Is the Mediterranean diet, so rich in olive oil, really heart-healthy? Can it contribute to longevity? Many people believe so. One thing for sure, you can’t visit Greece without sampling some delicious olives or olive…

    Stone-Oven Bread

    Stone-Oven Bread

    The island of Karpathos is located in the sparkling Aegean, midpoint between Crete and Rhodes. The beauty of the island lies in its simplicity. Once you realize time has done little to change the way…

    Typical Greek Menu

    Typical Greek Menu

    Mezédes:  Olives Taramosaláta, a purée of salted roe, potatoes and breadcrumbs, once eaten in Lent, now served all the year. Souvlaki, pieces of pork seasoned with herbs, lemon and oil, grilled on skewers and served…

    The Greek Olive Tree

    The Greek Olive Tree

    The origins of the olive tree are about 6000 years old; they came from Levant, what is now as Syria and Lebanon. The first cultivation of the olive tree took place in the Early Minoan…