Food, Life, Fitness
Welcome to my website! I am a food blogger, personal trainer, outdoor enthusiast, and author of the cookbook All You Can Greek.
I’m always in the kitchen, trying and sharing recipes from all over the world, with special attention to my Greek roots. From quick and easy recipes to elaborate, you’ll find your new favorite dishes here.
This caramelized plums with yogurt for dessert has just the right amount of sweet from the caramelized plums with a small dose of tang from orange juice. A generous dollop of thick Greek yogurt will provide added…
It’s time to spruce up your chicken cooking game with Greek Roasted Chicken Drumsticks. The simplicity and versatility of the dish is unmatched. This recipe calls for my favorite marinade of…
When it comes to breakfast I want something fast, filling and flavorful. This breakfast skillet does just the trick. The best part is you can adjust this all to taste by omitting or adding whatever you’d like and whatever you have nearby.
As the story goes, Imam Bayildi got its name from when an imam (a Muslim priest) fainted immediately upon eating this dish because it was so tasty. Wherever the name came from, it’s rich and impressive in taste…
A few years ago as I was doing my pre Greek Easter grocery shopping, I walked down the candy aisle and noticed how much Easter candy had gone on sale. Koulourakia (Greek Easter/butter cookies) were on my to do list that week and…
Kritharaki has the aromatic smell of sautéed onions and garlic, a decadent tomato sauce spiced with oregano and cinnamon, and finishes with the addition of stirred in orzo that is cooked low and slow in the sauce…
My biggest joys come from sharing my life experiences with others and learning from theirs. I love to travel. Let’s learn, move around and share together.
I love cooking and hearing from people when they try my recipes. Many of them are favorites from my childhood as well as new creations with foods I crave.
Improve your quality of daily living through mobility, strength, and overall mental wellbeing. Fitness goes hand in hand with food. Look for meal plans and fitness programs coming soon.
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From My Kitchen to Yours
Mezes (short for the Greek word mezedakia) are small plates of food served most often as shared appetizers. Whether simple or complex, mezes always make a great finger food for drinks like ouzo or beer.
Soups, stews, and hearty meals are best when they are homemade. Every host wants their meals to shout success. Allow your dinner table to stand out with easy to follow recipes made with simple and fresh ingredients.
Greeks are world famous for their dessert from baklava to galaktoboureko so I have you covered there. But you’ll also find brownies and cookies that will make your meal complete no matter the style or holiday.