The Celebration of #Epiphany (of Lights). On the 6th January the #Greek people celebrate “Phota” or “Theofania” or “Epiphania”, which stands for the Baptism of Christ in the Jordan River. Read more http://bit.ly/1tCwblK
March 25th :National #Greek Independence Day and "μπακαλιάρος με σκορδαλιά" Did you eat today the traditional dish of codfish and garlic dip?
We wish you a great month of December and happy celebrations! More wishes in Greek at : http://www.omilo.com/how-to-wish-something-in-greek-in-various-circumstances/
Greek Lentil Soup. Something very healthy and cooked regularly in every Greek home! here is the recipe: http://www.omilo.com/%CE%BC%CE%B1%CE%B3%CE%B5%CE%B9%CF%81%CE%B5%CF%8D%CE%BF%CF%85%CE%BC%CE%B5-%CF%86%CE%B1%CE%BA%CE%AD%CF%82-lets-cook-lentils/
#Giouvarlakia – #Γιουβαρλάκια For the colder months of the year, we love to eat a hot meal and feel good! Try our recipe of this typical #Greek #dish : http://bit.ly/1rW3fKl
Every year on the 1st of January, the Greeks cut the Vasilopita, hoping they will get the coin of luck. http://www.omilo.com/the-vasilopita/
In Greece traditionally people decorate a boat for Christmas, in stead of a tree. The last years the Christmas boast became very popular again.