Cretan Dakos

Greece is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and it owns no less than 2,500 islands, 165 of which are inhabited. Crete is the biggest of them all and it has the most amazing beaches you can imagine. The island is rich in history and it was there that the earliest recorded civilization in Europe, the

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Mushrooms Salad

As you elevate from 20’s to 30’s, from 30’s to 40’s and from 40’s to 50’s and if you are just a little bit observant, you get to see changes happen to your body. Between twenty and thirty five these changes are small and fairly painless. Well, things start to change as you proceed to

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Green Salad with Pomegranate Seeds and Vinaigrette

We talked about apples, with the  Apple Cider Doughnuts. We talked about pumpkins with the  Pumpkin and Zucchini Kecap Manis Stir-fry. I think it is high time, we talked about pomegranate too. Pomegranate is another autumn fruit that apart from its unique flavor, has so many powerful ingredients in it. As Wikipedia states: “Pomegranate aril

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Greek Pasta Salad

Now, let’s talk a little bit about Greek salad. I just want to share with you how we in Greece eat our Greek salad and then you can tell me how you eat your Greek salad where you live. Greek salad consists of the following ingredients: Tomato, cucumber, onion, green bell pepper, olives and optionally

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Baby Spinach Salad with Roasted Asparagus and Mushrooms

The other day, I made a very weird discovery. For a person who eats salad everyday seven days a week, I have disproportionately few salad recipes in this site. Why? I have no idea. Perhaps it is because, usually my salads consist of either lettuce or cauliflower and broccoli, olive oil and vinegar. So, not

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