Tahinopitas are Greek Cypriot delicacies, abundant in any bakery and I am sure you if you have visited one it is impossible to resist temptation.Continue reading by
There is something extremely heartwarming about risottos, especially mushroom ones.
The earthy smell of mushrooms, the sweet, sweet wine that has just evaporated and fills the kitchen. Oh, and the steam on the kitchen window that rivals the drops outside on a rainy day. Mushroom, spinach, and pot barley pot, almost like risotto.
Where did brunch go? Many might be relieved from the absence of uber fancy egg dishes across the IG universe. Let’s face it, there is a certain amount of croques madames and stack of pancakes one can visually stomach at any one time. And whilst I do miss eggs benedict and a chef’s touch on the perfect hollandaise sauce, today I’m going for something more down to earth: swiss rosti, with a sunny side up egg.Continue reading by
Christópsomo, literary the Christ’s Bread in Greek, is a fragrant, festive loaf, a tale of abundant harvest shared on the Christmas table. From the islands to the highest mountain peaks of Greece, each region enjoys its own variation. Below I’m sharing my own, not very traditional Christópsomo, it’s a sourdough loaf with walnuts and fennel seeds.Continue reading by