Print The month of September here in Greece has to be one of my favorites months because it just has so much to offer. The tourist season is winding down and everyone is slowly getting ready to stock up on their winter goodies, walnuts, figs, grapes, wine, and anything else their rich land gives
Print How does a mother lure her family all together? The answer is simple, she makes great tasting Greek comfort food! Lahanodolmades, pronounced (LA-ha-no-dol-ma-thes) a.k.a Stuffed White Cabbage Rolls is one such food and not to mention it’s a great make-ahead dish. Lahano means cabbage, Dolma originates from the word Dolmak, which means to
Print Aahh! Smoothies , just what the name implies, smooth and rich. Smoothies are rich in vitamins, fulfilling and most of all delicious. I joined forces with another blogger, Michelle Faith Ramsay, to introduce to you this great tasting recipe. So go ahead make yourself a smoothie and let us know how it goes.
Print Spanakaopita/Spinach Pie Cookbooks are not only a place to save recipes but they are a place to store memories and that’s what Krystina’s Kalpothakos Cookbook, Back To My Roots, is all about. Aside from her fabulous recipes, she also writes about her beautiful hometown, Mani, Greece. Each recipe contains a special story from
Print My Pasta Sauce! Pasta Sauce! A taste that takes me back a few years to the first time I ever cooked. My very first recipe was pasta sauce. I was the oldest out of three so it was evident that my mom, would pass the ”Golden Ladle” over to me. I believe