Today is Easter Sunday for the Greek Orthodox church and it’s one of the best time to be in Greece. Spring has sprang, the weather is ideal for long walks in the country and for site seeing. Though Greece is a popular summer destination, visiting during spring might be the best choice. While Mediterranean nature… Continue reading Festive SundayMeal – the Mediterranean way
This is not a traditional risotto recipe it’s rather a traditional recipe cooked in an easy risotto style. It may seem like a delicate, sophisticated dish (and it really is) but it’s origin is not as elegant as one might think.
Greek yogurt, a versatile product with so many uses and much more nutritional benefits, if it’s not already part of your diet it’s a great oportunity to give it a try with this recipe. I consume a lot of Greek yogurt daily mixing it with herbs and using it as dip for finger food, as… Continue reading Greek Yogurt Healthy Banoffee Parfait
Yes, it’s spaghetti day again and to be honest it’s spaghetti day at least once a week in our home. Trying to keep a balanced Mediterranean diet with lot’s of vegetables, fish, whole grains, legumes and nuts, there is room for spaghetti once or twice a week. It’s the food everybody loves and let’s face… Continue reading Spaghetti al Tonno – an authentic recipe
Either you call it pasta, or spaghetti, or noodles or even macaroni it’s the same. Yes, we are talking about the most favorite dish in the world. Our friends the Italians claim the origin of this dish but truth is that pasta has been around long before the magnificent Romans built their empire. Even if… Continue reading For the love of Pasta