Rabbit stew with shallots, kunéli stifátho

kunéli stifátho

Rabbit or hare stew, kunéli stifátho is one of the most loved winter dishes in Greece. Game is still popular in Greece, hunting however is slowly dying down as a hobby, counting only a few seasonal hobbyists in rural areas. But when you refer to this stew it’s most often a wild rabbit with plenty of shallots and a mouth-watering tomato sauce.

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Soup, chicken soup

Greek chicken soup @eatyourselfgreek

Summer jumped into winter with abrupt gusts of wind that made us wonder in awe, where did summer go? From T-shirt Monday to Wellies Friday there was an interlude of insane winds, half of the items in Athens that could get airborne, they did. Medicane they said, like hurricane only in the Mediterranean. Soup I said, chicken soup, comfort food, the Greek way.

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Bulgur wheat dolmathakia

a short guide on preserving fresh vine leaves

Vines, so many reasons to love them. For the juicy grapes in August, the aromatic wine that warms up our souls and the abundant shade in our gardens as we stay outdoors to cool down from the summer heat. Of course, there are dolmathakia too, stuffed vine leaves, a mezze to die for. Continue reading

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