This simple, easy to whip together cake is made in honor of St. Fanourios, the patron saint of lost things. The day before St. Fanourios day, one can imagine the scent of baking cakes filling kitchens everywhere. They are taken to church the following day, where they
This is my friend Annette’s recipe. She is very good with desserts. I love the pureness of this pie. Syrupy Greek sweets are always served with a glass of cold water.
Food, culture, celebration, and memory are inexorably tied together inside Tessa Kiros’s Food From Many Greek Kitchens. As the follow-up to her best-selling Venezia and Falling Cloudberries, in her latest cookbook Kiros explores her Greek-Cypriot heritage and takes readers on a colorful journey into the Greek kitchens of her friends and family as she catalogs [...]