Most European cultures have their version of doughnuts but Greek “loukoumades” (lou-kou-ma-des) would have to be the most sinful. If you’re going to indulge then you might as well have the best.
Traditional or fusion? Greek or ethnic? To eat at tables with cloth napkins and fine cutlery or on simple outdoor wooden benches? You can find it all in Greece these days, and especially in the capital.
Athens is the capital of Greece and is undoubtedly one of the greatest hubs for Greek street-food in the county. Two things often come to mind when Greek food is mentioned;
Greek wine will dominate the tourist exhibitions 4th Grecka Panorama and 3rd Greek Food Show in Warsaw, from November 30 to December 2.
Every year, in the beginning of September, the village of Artemonas in Sifnos, hosts the Nikolaos Tselementes Cycladic gastronomy festival, on September 6,7 and 8. In this major festival of Cycladic gastronomy, ...
The 7th Fava bean festival of island of Schinoussa will begin on Friday, to celebrate the island's signature agricultural crop, which is also its main farming product. As the president of the association of Schinoussa Nikos Nomikos said to…
To mark #WorldRefugeeDay, the Refugee Food Festival comes back to Athens from 19 to 24 June 2018, while a special Refugee Food Festival event will be also held at Nan restaurant on Lesvos island.
The Union of Agricultural Cooperatives of Naxos will hold a three day "gastronomic feast" showcasing graviera cheese produced on the Greek island.
More than 30 Greek restaurants participated in Italy's 'Domenica Greca' or "Greek Sunday" - a day dedicated to Greek cuisine that was organised by the Greek embassy in Rome and shown on the Italian state television channel RAI.
Greek wine has nothing to fear from international competition, the head of the Semeli winery Leonidas Nasiakos told the Athens-Macedonian News Agency in an interview published on Sunday.