Monthly Archives: November 2012

Greek yogurt placement on US prime time TV!

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Christina Applegate enjoys yogurt like a Greek! Christina Applegate enjoys her strained yogurt like a Greek on this season’s premiere episode of  “Up all night”   That’s a whole lot of greek yogurt girls! Source: couchpotato.gr

Cheese

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“Abso – Greek – lutely” delicious! Not only is cheese a nutritious food, it is one of the most prized and enjoyed foods in the world, while the process of making cheese is actually considered an art, akin to winemaking. …

Chios Mastiha Tears

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Mastiha is a resinous sap produced from the trunk and branches of the mastic tree and is available in three types: Large, Medium and Small. Mastiha has been traditionally used as a flavouring for festive breads, brioches and biscuits. It …

Noumboulo by Kerkyraiki Allantopoiia (Corfiot charcuterie)

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Noumboulo is made of pork fillet, salted and marinated in red wine and spices and dredged with pepper. It is then wrapped in animal intestines and is smoked for 30 days on a fire with a lot of softwoods and …

Aegina pistachios by Pistachio Producers & Farmers’ Cooperative of Aegina

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Pistachio trees have been cultivated in Aegina since 1860, later spreading  to other parts of Attica and Greece. The ideal climate of the island and the unique soil composition lend exceptional flavor and aroma to the Aegina pistachio. The authentic …

Barley Greek Rusks by Bakery Tsatsaronakis

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The traditional rusks “the Manna” by Tsatsaronakis bakery are made of the purest ingredients from Crete, and constitute an ideal part of a healthy Mediterranean or Cretan Diet, which is rich in fiber and low in fat. Pure, crunchy and …

Saffron (Krokos) Kozanis

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 Greek saffron belongs to the highest quality of saffron in the world. Krokos Kozanis saffron gives to dishes a delicate aroma, a subtle spicy flavour and a beautiful yellow color. It matches perfectly with rice, pasta, sauces, chicken, fish soups, …

Santorini Caper “Santo”

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Santorini caper (and caper leaves) comes from a bush that grows on the steep slopes of the Caldera, between the stone walls of vineyards, houses and paths all over the island. Santorini’s volcanic soil, makes local caper’s taste different and …

Taygetos Thyme Honey by Fotopoulos

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Greek honey is unique around the world because of the rich biodiversity of the country’s flora and fauna. Thyme Honey is intensely aromatic, with exceptional flavor and a bright appearance. It crystallizes in about 18 months after its production date. …

Avgotaraho (bottarga) Trikalinos

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A delicacy of cured Grey Mullet Roe Natural without preservatives, with high nutritional value and a pleasant long-lasting aftertaste It is no surprise that Trikalinos Premium Grey Mullet Bottarga made it to Ferran Adria’s -world’s top pioneer chef- 30 unique …