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lemon cheesecake with ginger biscuits

lemon cheesecake with ginger biscuit base

Cheesecake has ancient Greek roots. Athenaeus, one of the well-known Athenian gastronomes referred to Samos cheese cakes, even including the recipe: "Take some cheese and crumble it, put it in a bronze sieve to drain, then add honey and spring wheat flour, and heat the mixture together ".

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gourmet gifts

homemade gourmet gifts

Along with a book, bottle of liqueur or wine or as individuals. Because of budget reasons or not. Delicious, made with excellent materials and our love, homemade gourmet gifts that everyone like and are appreciated even more by those who have it all.

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authentic carbonara

the authentic carbonara (NO other modifications, please)

Altered and counterfeited thousands of times, this popular pasta recipe rouses as many disputes as moussaka! It's time to put affairs in order and place on the table the authentic carbonara-both in taste and mode of preparation.

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hummus with tahini

hummus with tahini and pine nuts

An appetizing meze of chickpeas purée found in the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine makes an extremely easy dip that has many variations. Classy and classic, inspired by the Egyptian tradition, this is another of our versions, a delicious slightly hot hummus with tahini and pine nuts.

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tabbuleh salad with bulgur

tabbouleh: salad with bulgur and flavored vegetables

Fresh, aromatic and slightly spicy tabbouleh served in verrines. Inspired by the Levantine cuisine the pandespani version of the Middle Eastern salad with bulgur and spices.

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επιδόρπιο - γλυκό

σαρλότ με μήλο αχλάδι κυδώνι

Apple, Pear and Quince Charlotte

Apple Charlotte is a traditional British dessert dating back to the 18th century. It is ...

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γρανίτα ούζο, σορμπέ τζιν τόνικ

Ouzo granita vs. Gin and Tonic sorbet: A cool Greek/British battle

“Let’s make a gin and tonic sorbet”, my friend Sophie, who’s from Wales, said one ...

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sweet crêpes

sweet crêpes for lovers’ mornings

Lazy mornings are for the loved ones, sweet crepes too. They go with breakfast or brunch and they take you from the bedroom to the kitchen and back, and if you want to stretch the drowsy sweet moments, they can be a tasteful excuse.

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orange trifle

orange trifle – sweet, winter chill

Trifles are the alternative to traditional Christmas pudding on the Christmas table in Britain, but ...

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ψαρι και θαλασσινα

seafood tagliatelle pasta

seafood tagliatelle and the curls of Lucretia Borgia

The legend connected tagliatelle to the curls of turbulent Lucretia. Here is another fantastic story to extend the tasty ground for their dainty delicious combination with seafood. Tagliatelle, mussels and prawns in fresh tomato sauce enhanced by the seafood broth.

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oven-baked fish

Oven-Baked Fish

I can’t stand cookery myths. People love to shroud cooking in a cloak of difficulty ...

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taramosalata mousse

Evgenias fluffy taramosalata mousse

No potato and no bread - this soft and refined white fish roe mousse (taramosalata) is made only with olive oil!

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marinated octopus in wine and sage

octopus in red wine and sage

The octopus is one of the creatures that continuously inspires creativity in art, crafts and cuisine. For the latter, the gently-cooked octopus in red wine and sage is a fine Mediterranean example.

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