Galotiri (Milk, Yogurt and Cheese Spread)

One of the things I really enjoy when visiting my father’s village is Galotiri. Galotiri means milk+cheese and it is a spread that combines the flavors of milk+yogurt+cheese. It originates from Thessaly and Epirus (areas in the mainland Greece) and can be found in two variations. The first one, which is considered to be the

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Spanakopita with Handmade Phylo

Hello my friends! I am back to Athens after my pilgrimage to my father’s village. We had a great time and I found the chance to get some rest and some sleep which I desperately needed. I hope you are all well and had a great weekend. I think it is high time we talked

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Fish Plakì

As a country surrounded by sea, Greece has a very rich variety of fresh fish and seafood. Depending on the type of the fish they range from 3€ per kilo (2 pounds) to some 18€ per kilo (2 pounds). We have fish that we fry and fish that we bake. We have fish that we

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Santorini Fava with Shrimps – A Guest Post

Uru is a lovely girl who lives in Australia. I have been following her blog –Go Bake Yourself– for quite sometime now. Currently she is having her exams and she has asked for volunteers to guest post for her. I immediately jumped into this, as I remember quite well how difficult such periods are. Santorini

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Imam Bayildì

After World War I, Greece was given the command of the cities in the coastal area of Turkey towards the Aegean Sea. Turkey have never accepted that decision and started guerilla tactics against Greek army. Kemal Atatürk the leader of the Turkish National Movement managed to secretly make agreements with the previous allies of Greece

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