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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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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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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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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