Melomakarona (Greek Christmas Cookies)

There are two things that are always on my Christmas to-do list. First, I have to watch Kevin McCallister thwart the "Sticky Bandits" in Home Alone and Home Alone 2. My brothers and I never tire of watching bricks being thrown at the heads of Marv and Harry and other torturous, yet hilarious schemes devised … Continue reading Melomakarona (Greek Christmas Cookies)

Greek Chicken and Potatoes (Kota me Patates)

Motherhood: A lifetime of answering the question “what’s for dinner?” Or at least that’s my mom’s definition. I never realized how often my mom was questioned about what we would be eating until I started getting into cooking myself. Then, those same texts and calls came at me: “what’s for dinner?” In my house, the … Continue reading Greek Chicken and Potatoes (Kota me Patates)

Spetzofai

Greek cuisine is a lot of things—healthy, fresh, flavorful, and unforgettable. Basically, the only thing Greek cuisine typically isn’t—is spicy. Well, all except for my beloved spetzofai that is. Spetzofai is a rustic dish made of colorful peppers and thick sausage and is everything you expect from traditional Greek cuisine—healthy, tasty and made fresh. Best … Continue reading Spetzofai

Dolmades (Stuffed Grape Leaves)

Dolmades are a bite-sized dish made from either grape or cabbage leaves and stuffed with all the goods—rice, meat, and plenty of herbs. What makes dolmades so wonderful is their versatility. Dolmades can be topped with a tomato sauce or avgolemono (egg-lemon sauce), left plain with a generous amount of lemon on top or even … Continue reading Dolmades (Stuffed Grape Leaves)