Copenhagen

No, this is not going to be a trip to Denmark or a review to its capital. So, I assume that your next question would be how on earth Copenhagen is related to Greece? Copenhagen is a Greek sweet similar to Baklava with phylo and almonds. But before I give you the recipe of this

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Panorama Triangles

As you all know Athens is the capital of Greece. The second largest city of Greece is Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki is the capital of the region of Macedonia and we call it co-capital. It has a history of 2,300 years behind it, as it was founded in 315 BC by Cassander of Macedon. According to Wikipedia,

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Mocha Whoopies

My son is a soccer player. He is the goalkeeper in his school team and on Sunday his team took the gold medal in a championship organized among several private schools of Athens. He has taken his role very seriously and he aspires to become someone like Ronaldo from Real. Up to that point everything

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Sweet Easter Bread and Easter Cookies (Tsoureki and Koulourakia)

Today begins for us Orthodox the Holy Week, following during the weekend, our Easter. On Saturday night ends the 40 day lent and people celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Saturday night we go to church holding candles and at 12 o clock the priest announces that Christ has resurrected and gives the Holy Light to

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Home-made Halvà with Tahini

Halvà is a sweet that is eaten from Mediterranean Sea to India in several variations and textures. In Greece we have three different types of halvà. The first and most common one is halvà with semolina. This one is made very easily at home. The second one is halvà with tahini, the recipe of which

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