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Grilled zucchini topped with simmered green amaranth

Grilled zucchini topped with simmered green amaranth

| September 30, 2015 | 6 Replies

When vegetables come from the purest garden, you feel ”safe” to eat them, without any thoughts of harmful pesticides around. To get the most out of organic zucchini and green amaranth I decided to keep the recipe simple. Grilled zucchini topped with simmered green amaranth.

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Fried eggs with purslane, capers, and feta cheese

Fried eggs with purslane, capers, and feta cheese

| August 4, 2015 | 8 Replies

Yes, it is as simple as it looks, but hides an extremely good taste without so much effort to make. The fresh and beneficial purslane, salty flavors of capers and Greek feta cheese are well suited to organic farmed eggs.

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Fried garfish

Fried garfish

| May 6, 2015 | 7 Replies

Freshly purchased the garfish is the ”core” to a well executed recipe. For the best smells in your kitchen, add this bouquet garni and claim your family’s compliments!

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Salads

Daikon radish, onion and garlic salad

Daikon radish, onion and garlic salad

| December 5, 2015 | 11 Replies

Simple but bold this combination of daikon radish, onion, and garlic makes a prime salad or side dish for your Christmas dinner without stress!

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Purslane, onion, and strawberry grapes with anthotiros crumbles salad

Purslane, onion, and strawberry grapes with anthotiros crumbles salad

| September 8, 2015 | 8 Replies

Finding inspiration from the traditional Cretan cuisine always fascinates me and allows me to connect with the beauty and simplicity of the ingredients. Purslane, onion and strawberry grapes salad, topped with delicate yet fresh Cretan anthotiros crumbles, is a contemporary version of the plain purslane and onion salad that my grandfather used to make.

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Axinosalata the Greek sea urchin salad

Axinosalata the Greek sea urchin salad

| August 11, 2015 | 6 Replies

Is this one of the top distinguished delicacies, yet empowering marine species that sea has to offer? Axinosalata [ahinosaláta] the Greek sea urchin roe is way long being eaten and used from ancient times as remedy, but nowadays it is considered as a significant protein source. In its raw version it is well-known (here in Greece) as an exceptional meze. 

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Happy Easter

Happy Easter

| March 27, 2016 | 1 Reply

Homemade Sunday Easter special treats are ready to eat! So allow me to offer you a small batch of biscuits along with my best Easter wishes for this day.

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A guide to the liebster award

A guide to the liebster award

| September 14, 2015 | Reply

Welcome to liebster award guide. You are nominated for the most popular award on the blog’s world. Please read the following guide (info and rules) before taking the next step.
What is the liebster award?

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The liebster award

The liebster award

| September 13, 2015 | 8 Replies

Unexpected messages can make me happy! I am delighted to announce that I have been chosen to receive the liebster award, one of the current highlights of my blogs’ career. Such an honor! When award winners take the stage it is expected to thank the host on such occasions.

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