Grilled Talagani with chutney

Grilled Talagani with chutney

The Talagani is a cheese closely related to the traditional Greek Mastelo, Formaella and mostly with the Cypriot Halloumi. It is produced exclusively from sheep’s and goat’s milk and, like its cousins, has a robust texture that allows you to grill it even straight over 

Pumpkin soup with Ginger

Pumpkin soup with Ginger

While chicken soup is the consolation prize during the winter’s viruses, this pumpkin soup is for cold blustery days, that feeling you might be coming down with something, even to cheer you up with its vivid color and its sweet and spicy taste, guaranteed to 

Broccoli tart

Broccoli tart

The fresher a vegetable is when consumed, the sweeter and tastier it is. In Athens we are very fortunate to have a weekly farmers’ market in each neighborhood. If you take the children together to help with the selection, you will see them much more 

Feta & yogurt Tart

Feta & yogurt Tart

The publication of the magazine “Gastronomos” coincided with the time when I was looking for more than just collections of recipes in cookbooks. “Gastronomos” was talking about the origin and production of ingredients, the culture of dining, with love for good home-cooked food. It is 

Ania’s “Hortopita” wild greens pie

Ania’s “Hortopita” wild greens pie

I’ve been trying to master my own filo pastry for years now. Or the idea of it, to be exact. You see, although I’ve had plenty of people show me, I never actually got round to …well, em…doing it. I got very good at talking 

Minestrone Soup

Minestrone Soup

If it’s a tad too sophisticated for your little one’s palate, try using a pasta shape they know and like, for a fresh look…

Winter Baked Beans

Winter Baked Beans

This is the winter version of the Greek classic “Gigandes” baked beans dish. Adding peppers, celeriac and good quality sausages make it a warming favourite…