Ciabatta Bread

By now you must have realized that bread is my latest obsession. Doesn’t that happen to you? I mean, don’t you sometimes get obsessed with a specific type of food and do it over and over again in different ways and with different materials? The same has happened to me with bread. I am trying

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Pretzel Rolls

How many times have you bought a sandwich that looked very promising, only to find out that while the stuffing was really good, the bread that was used was kind of stale or had a very bland flavor that eventually made that great looking sandwich a very bad experience? Sometimes we tend to forget that,

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Mushroom Pie with Home-made Phyllo

Next Monday starts a long Fasten period until Easter. For us Christian Orthodox, Easter this year will be on the 5th of May. So up until the 4th of May, those of the people who wish, start a 40 days’ Lent. During these 40 days meat and all its byproducts are excluded from all meals

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Vasilopita for 2013

Every year during New Year’s Eve, Greek housewives make the vasilopita. Vasilopita is a either a cake or a tsoureki and is a custom that comes from the very early Christian years. Just after the coming of the New Year or the next day the Chief of the family cuts the vasilopita. The person, who

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Spanakopita with Handmade Phyllo-A Guest Post

Tina is a girl from Philippines living in Texas. She and her husband have two beautiful little girls. She is also a fabulous blogger posting recipes from her mother land and from other countries as well. Recently she has started a series of guest posts “PiTCC’s Favorite Food from Around The World” from bloggers from

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