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Mageiritsa is the traditional Greek Orthodox meal served after midnight on Easter Sunday!

Mageiritsa is the traditional Greek Orthodox meal served after midnight on Easter Sunday!

"If you deconstruct Greece, you will be left with an olive, a vine and a boat.  Which means: with as much you can reconstruct it!"  Odysseas Elytis  #greekindependenceday #welovegreece #yolenistaste #greekflag

"If you deconstruct Greece, you will be left with an olive, a vine and a boat. Which means: with as much you can reconstruct it!" Odysseas Elytis #greekindependenceday #welovegreece #yolenistaste #greekflag

Rusks topped with vegetables! A healthy snack with a valuable history. Their consumption dates back to ancient times. Greek women in ancient Greece, not having time to make fresh bread every day, they put the bread in the oven and baked it until it was free of all humidity and so able to be preserved for a long time. Today rusks are popular around the world due to their high nutritional value and delicious taste.

Rusks topped with vegetables! A healthy snack with a valuable history. Their consumption dates back to ancient times. Greek women in ancient Greece, not having time to make fresh bread every day, they put the bread in the oven and baked it until it was free of all humidity and so able to be preserved for a long time. Today rusks are popular around the world due to their high nutritional value and delicious taste.

Did you know? Feta, the famous traditional Greek cheese, was mentioned for the first time in Homer’s Odyssey. According to the myth, Cyclops Polyphemus was the first feta cheese manufacturer: carrying the milk that he collected from his sheep in animal-skin bags, he discovered that, days later, the milk had become a solid, savory, and preservable mass - the first feta cheese!

Did you know? Feta, the famous traditional Greek cheese, was mentioned for the first time in Homer’s Odyssey. According to the myth, Cyclops Polyphemus was the first feta cheese manufacturer: carrying the milk that he collected from his sheep in animal-skin bags, he discovered that, days later, the milk had become a solid, savory, and preservable mass - the first feta cheese!

Dough for all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake delights; wafer-thin phyllo pie pastry: It all begins with just a handful of…flour. Discover and browse through a large variety of flours here: http://bit.ly/1dHRjlK #yolenistaste #pies #cookies

Dough for all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake delights; wafer-thin phyllo pie pastry: It all begins with just a handful of…flour. Discover and browse through a large variety of flours here: http://bit.ly/1dHRjlK #yolenistaste #pies #cookies

Go ahead! Make your famous cheese or spinach pie. And, this time, add kalathaki PDO cheese from Lemnos to spike your home-cooked pies. Find it here: http://bit.ly/1i5Lv6D

Go ahead! Make your famous cheese or spinach pie. And, this time, add kalathaki PDO cheese from Lemnos to spike your home-cooked pies. Find it here: http://bit.ly/1i5Lv6D

The history of pasta unfolds like a fairy tale having heroes of various nationalities (Italian, Greek, Chinese, and Arab) fight over pasta’s country of origin. In Greece the first records of this popular dish dates from the year 1000 BC. It was a flattish dough made from flour and water that was called "laganon" (i.e. lasagne), which the Greeks took along with them when they created their first colonies in Italy. No matter the origin, pasta is one of the most popular food choices in the…

The history of pasta unfolds like a fairy tale having heroes of various nationalities (Italian, Greek, Chinese, and Arab) fight over pasta’s country of origin. In Greece the first records of this popular dish dates from the year 1000 BC. It was a flattish dough made from flour and water that was called "laganon" (i.e. lasagne), which the Greeks took along with them when they created their first colonies in Italy. No matter the origin, pasta is one of the most popular food choices in the…


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