Greek local cuisines

Less well-known Christmas sweets

Monday, 05 December 2016.

Less well-known Christmas sweets

There are many traditional Greek sweets, other than melomakarona and kourabiedes, that are just as delicious

About Traditional Greek Cuisine

Tuesday, 26 July 2016. Christina Tsamoura

About Traditional Greek Cuisine

How, what and where people eat has to do with how they live, what their lives are like and where they live: it has to do with their culture, land and history. Three elements that Greece has in abundance…

Priceless Lesvos

Friday, 01 May 2015.

Priceless Lesvos

It is one of the largest islands in Greece, with a unique culture that is ingrained in the olive groves, sun, and sea, and grafted with the cultural roots from the shores of Asia Minor. Situated in the corner of the northeastern Aegean Sea, Lesvos awaits its autumn visitors to introduce them to its priceless culture, as well as its natural and culinary treasures.

Tastes from Greek Island Religious Festival Cooking

Thursday, 28 July 2016. Christina Tsamoura

Tastes from Greek Island Religious Festival Cooking

A remote chapel that comes alive but once a year on the festival of its Saint, a monastery which breaks its otherworldly silence to welcome the worldly hustle and bustle in celebration, the main church of a small village that celebrates its protector...Wherever anyone has lived the experience of an island festival, they know that in its large pots, a very special chapter of Greek traditional cuisine is being written...

Take it Greek

Tuesday, 05 May 2015.

Take it Greek

Unique local products, many of them fresh, seasonal ingredients, a wise simplicity in combinations and a philosophy of sharing are the four things you need to remember if you want to look at food through Greek eyes.

The islands of the Aegean

Wednesday, 30 October 2013.

The islands of the Aegean

The Aegean Sea: just white churches, dry walls, sky and sea. Odysseus Elytis, the great Greek poet, wrote: “My God, what blue you spent so that we can’t see you…”. Dry summers, made of stone, sun and salt. Winters with winds and stormy seas. Cyclades.