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Sourdough baguette with tomato slices, feta cheese and organic oregano

Sourdough baguette with tomato slices, feta cheese and organic oregano

| June 16, 2015 | 13 Replies

Ready in less that 5 minutes, just bought from the local bakery, your could be enjoying one bite of summer through the artisan sourdough baguette, juicy tomato slices and feta cheese. Topped with organic oregano and 1-2 black olives in between, it has all the lovely tastes of the Mediterranean.

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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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The 3rd Pancretan exhibition part 1

The 3rd Pancretan exhibition part 1

| May 13, 2015 | Reply

Anyone who has ever been to Crete knows the unmitigated beauty that is found everywhere on the island. The amazing history, people and pure products can make you fall in love. The 3rd Pancretan exhibition ”the big meeting” reminded my roots and how important is the Cretan diet in my family. I am very much looking forward to share the images I took, while visiting the exhibition. 

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Morning sea splash

Morning sea splash

| April 30, 2015 | Reply

”Let me look at nature”. This thought brought me up the poem of Konstantinos P. Kavafis, on of the most important Greek poets. I guess… both poetry and photography are totally connected with nature.

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Mini outdoor plant pot garden for under 10 euro

Mini outdoor plant pot garden for under 10 euro

| April 24, 2015 | Reply

There is no flower or vegetable or herb that we don’t love. Combining seeds, bulbs and creating our own mini outdoor plant pot garden at the balcony is our latest fun find, and all this for under 10 euro. Take a peek at the photos below.

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Behind the blog with Deeba Rajpal

Behind the blog with Deeba Rajpal

| January 1, 2015 | 6 Replies

I love to write about inspiring women and now I am hosting one of the ”zen” food bloggers behind <<Passionate about baking>> Deeba Rajpal is dear to a lot of people’s hearts, but beyond that she is a master of the Indian cuisine.

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Mind building: 3 instant ways to expand good taste

Mind building: 3 instant ways to expand good taste

| November 7, 2014 | 2 Replies

Your days and the days that follow will be filled with love, knowledge, inspiration and creating memories that you’ ll never forget. Personally I can name a favorite moment right now that was so special to me today. My brainstorming action triggered 3 instant ways to expand my/your  ”good taste” horizon and this began when I registered at the local library.

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Mark your fun

Mark your fun

| October 27, 2014 | 3 Replies

We’re all leaving muffins as is, especially when we are in a hurry or getting bored, but decorating them is ALWAYS fun. That claims my friend Kively, whom had the courtesy to bake and decorate these pretty cupcakes marking the 1st anniversary of my wedding.

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Prunes spoon sweet

Prunes spoon sweet

| October 26, 2014 | 9 Replies

Spoon sweets are a Greek tradition that dates back decades, and though not every young people chooses that as dessert, this type of sweet treat does create a certain air of vintage memories around the house. Now that prunes are in season, we love them!

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