Chicken Kleftiko

What I am really fascinated with is, when a certain food has a history behind it. And when I am saying history, I don’t mean my history, but a story that goes back many, many years. As you may or may not know, Greece has been enslaved under Ottoman Empire for 400 years between 1453

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Shepherd’s Pie, Sort Of

One of the most challenging things I face during the weekdays is what to make for my son. As you all know I am a working mother and thus the time that is left for me to cook is first of all limited and second quite late in the evening. On the other hand, my

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Chicken with Pineapple

All these years I am a blogger I had the privilege and the pleasure to meet so many wonderful people around the globe, people who, otherwise, would have never had the chance to know they even exist. One such person is Jeannie. Jeannie is from Malaysia and she has a beautiful blog called Baking Diary.

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Spiced Shawarma Chicken Wraps or Skewers

A little while before Christmas, my blog friend Faith from An Edible Mosaic asked me, if I wanted to participate in her virtual party for her first cook book. I was very excited at that time, because I know Faith and her blog for a long time and I knew that the book was going

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Chicken and Cabbage Stew

Greek kitchen was very much influenced by Middle Eastern Kitchen especially since after World War 1 with the persecution of one million Greeks from the coast of Turkey. These people came to Greece as refugees in 1923 and along with them brought their eating habits as well. My mother’s parents were Greeks who lived in

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