Category: Good Taste

Mercato Metropolitano London

Mercato Metropolitano London

| November 8, 2016 | 20 Replies

A gem located in Elephant and Castle (South London) is a stylish explosion of food, coffee, drinks and events. Mercato Metropolitano (MM) is edgy yet sophisticated Italian market space with an essentially industrial aesthetic made inviting for people of all ages.

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Overnight gluten-free oats (your time-saving breakfast)

Overnight gluten-free oats (your time-saving breakfast)

| March 31, 2016 | 12 Replies

Having struggled lately with early morning thoughts such as… ”What should I eat for breakfast” this time-saving solution had a significant positive effect on how to simply kick-start my day. Soon after, according to my new dietary habits and in an intensive attempt to introduce more nutritional products on my grocery list, I came across this plant-based milk, hemp milk, which immediately intrigued my curiosity to learn about it in details and certainly try it. If you are bold to new food adventures believe me it worth a shot!

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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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Glorious spring, the spark of taking a walk

Glorious spring, the spark of taking a walk

| March 22, 2016 | 3 Replies

If you are still looking for opportunities to make a weekly schedule of outdoor exercising by taking long walks, the beginning of spring is the perfect trigger of putting this plan into action! Bad weather and cold days can be no more an excuse…

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Athens chocolate factory and museum 2015

Athens chocolate factory and museum 2015

| November 27, 2015 | 4 Replies

The thought of visiting the Athens chocolate factory and museum sounds like the most choco-glamorous way to spend a morning dedicated to chocolate with family and kids. Here we go!

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The fair at Fanerwmeni’s monastery in Salamis Greece

The fair at Fanerwmeni’s monastery in Salamis Greece

| August 27, 2015 | 3 Replies

The small country Greek orthodox monastery of Fanerwmeni (homonymous area), is dedicated to the Gathering of 9 days after the assumption of Virgin Mary, when She reviled Herself at Lampros Kannelos.

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Purslane the green beneficial weed

Purslane the green beneficial weed

| July 21, 2015 | 8 Replies

It’s rare to come across a purslane plant unless you own a big garden or field. Until recently most people little know about it and consider it as common useless weed. Τhe Greeks though call it γλιστρίδα or αντράκλα [glistrída or andákla] and treat it as beneficial herb. Internationally is often referred to as pig weed or moss rose and the Latin Portulaca oleracea.

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Mind building: 4 ways to look on the bright side and get out of bad mood

Mind building: 4 ways to look on the bright side and get out of bad mood

| July 12, 2015 | 4 Replies

I don’t always understand why I am into a real bad mood sometimes. Is it the daily routine? Plain coffee and food? Feelings of anxiety and unfulfillment? Despite the family and friend support, I have developed a couple of strategies/ways to decrease this feeling or even better to eliminate it by myself!

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Culinary adventures in Maltby Street Market

Culinary adventures in Maltby Street Market

| June 15, 2015 | 5 Replies

Long walks in the food markets of London bring some inspiration to food bloggers and there’s nothing better than having a beautiful midday adventure with good friends who are willing to get you where you want to be. And I feel very lucky to have an insider’s tour of London’s trendy and real foodie destination! Here is a glimpse into the lively Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market.

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The 3rd Pancretan exhibition part 2

The 3rd Pancretan exhibition part 2

| June 7, 2015 | Reply

Taking part in the 3rd Pancretan exhibition I had the opportunity to attend a wonderful workshop presented by well-known chef and TV presenter Ntina Nikolaou along with chef Adam Papadakis, whom actually comes from Crete.

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