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Behind the blog with Dolphia Nandi-Arnstein

Behind the blog with Dolphia Nandi-Arnstein

| July 29, 2015 | 3 Replies

Dolphia Nandi-Arnstein is the living proof that women can follow both their carriers and hobbies successfully, by finding the perfect work-life balance.

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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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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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Cooking simple everyday pilaf with Simi

Cooking simple everyday pilaf with Simi

| October 9, 2014 | 5 Replies

I am convinced that Simi of turmeric n’ spice is extraordinary! What do I mean? She runs one of those interesting food blogs around and she does it with style, inspiration and so much grace. One peek at her ”creations”, as captured through her lens, and I am certain you will agree. Need more? Go ahead, it’s all right here.

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Revithia fournou

Revithia fournou

| July 23, 2014 | 7 Replies

Revithia fournou [reviθxá fúrnou = oven baked chickpeas in tomato sauce ] is a Greek traditional recipe and no matter the time of year, is an absolutely exquisite process based on Greek chickpeas, and will offer you a perfect earth-based (vegan/gluten-free/vegetarian) lunch.

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Kosksu

Kosksu

| April 8, 2014 | 2 Replies

Tender broad beans blend together perfectly with kusksu (bil-ful) maltese pasta. Fresh tomato and garlic add vibrant flavor when gently simmered. The broad beans lighten up this dish with green colour, while fiber and protein are top two nutritional facts that your body obtains the greatest benefit from them.

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Homemade bread buns

Homemade bread buns

| July 11, 2013 | 1 Reply

Baking is a pleasure that’s why mycookingsecrets.com and friends organized a ”private” workshop, set at the coziest kitchen in Athens, where all-purpose flour, yeast and water become the hero ingredients. Oregano elevates the flavor of this quick and easy homemade bread buns, but tomato cherries and green olives give generously the simplest summer attitude. The result of this recipe is the bread that is simultaneously addictive and satisfying.

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Siron the Pontic Greek

Siron the Pontic Greek

| June 5, 2013 | 1 Reply

Naturally, such as occurs in every place, the same thing happened in the Pontic (or Pontian) Greek cuisine where eating habits were affected by particular conditions of the region and at the same time based on everyday, simple ingredients that people had back then. Siron represents this ”culture”.

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