Monthly Archives: September 2014

Xerotigano, the “sweet rose” of Crete

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Xerotigano is the “sweet rose” of Crete served in weddings, baptisms and holidays like Christmas. Quick-fried spirals of thin dough dipped in honey syrup and then sprinkled with cinnamon, walnuts, and sesame seeds are prepared as a welcome and pleasing …

Alevropita by Saveur

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“Saveur”, the internationally, well-known culinary mag, presents its “twisted” adaptation of “Alevropita”, meaning flour-pie, a local of Epirus pie that looks like a tart, or a frittata or a tyropsomo (cheese bread), pick and choose! Feta Tart (Alevropita) Made with …

Katiki

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A Greek, cheesy & creamy delight Katiki is a white and light, soft, fresh cheese, with a fine, smooth texture, a pleasant aroma and a refreshing, slightly sour taste that actually tastes more like a mousse. It is made from …