By: Voula Argyropoulos
About the Dish…….
Trying new things is a motto of mine so I’m always experimenting in the kitchen. Osso Buco originated in the Late 19th century and was on the menu of a neighbourhood restaurant in Milan, however, I discovered this dish years ago after ordering it in a lovely Italian restaurant in Toronto. It was totally melt-in-my-mouth Continue reading
About the Dish…….I would call this a cross between the Greek, Turkish-inspired “Imam Baildi” recipe (which means “the fainting priest” in English) and the Italian Eggplant Parmesan. Being hooked on an abundantly protein-filled diet, I felt it was necessary to broaden my repertoire of vegetarian dishes and get a break from meat a couple of times a week. Here’s my version of stuffed Eggplants……
Prep Time: About a 1/2hr
Difficulty level out of 5: 2 Continue reading
By Greg Milis from Amfilochia, Greece
About the dish….
“Sweet and sour chicken is one of my family’s favourite recipe’s, easy to make and super tasty. It’s one of the few recipe’s that contain “out of the ordinary” ingredients that all of my family likes. Whoever loves sweet and sour foods will love it! Flora, this recipe is dedicated to you since you asked me for it.”
Italians out there might think I meant “now already eat”, but today’s title rather, is “Gritalian”. Ora gia (Greek for “time to”) and mangiare (“eat” in Italian). Some of you are probably hungry just thinking Continue reading
I would like to celebrate my three year wedding anniversary by dedicating today’s blog to what I can only describe as my fantasy Greek wedding. Stress-free yet full of tradition, originality and beauty Continue reading