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Traditional Greek feta cheese pie

Greek tradition says that the last Sunday before the Great Lent, we can consume as many dairy products as we like. What better dairy product than a traditional...

The stewardess diet

If you always wanted a slim body like the one stewardesses have you should definitely read this article. This particularly diet is the one that most stewardess follow...

Greek stuffed Vegetables (Gemista) Recipe

Gemista is one of the most popular, colorful and tastier Greek recipes. It's a recipe that uses not only tomatoes, as many of you might think, but also eggplants and bell peppers...

Greek Moussaka

Moussaka is one of the tastiest and most popular dishes in Greek cuisine, served in almost every traditional greek tavern and prepared in every household.

Homemade Kebab

Kebabs, made with juicy lamb (or beef) meat molded around flat metal skewers and grilled over live coals, are the kind of thing that even at their worst, are still awesome!

Olive oil competition in London

Quality, virgin, olive oil will travel to London this spring for the international "London IOOC 2017" olive oil awards, to be held in April. The organizers are expected to bring together the best virgin olive oils in the world and to…

Greek Dolmades recipe (Stuffed Vine/ Grape Leaves Dolmathes)

Little bites of heaven! A great vegetarian appetizer made from tender vine leaves wrapped into little rolls and stuffed with rice and fresh herbs. This is an authentic Greek dolmades recipe for you to recreate this delicious traditional…

The Latest Food Trend in Athens is Brunch

More and more Greeks are following the new brunch trend. The meal is a combination of breakfast and lunch – served around noon, it starts off with tea or coffee, marmalade, muffins, bagels, pancakes, and other breakfast favorites before…

Gold-Infused Honey Made by Greek Farm

Stayia, a family-run farm business founded in 2012 by Yiannis Karypidis and Stevi Theodorou in Evia, presented “Vasilissa”, a pure thyme honey infused with edible 24K gold leaves. The name “Stayia” came from the two owners’ names,…