The Greek flavors of a shrimp, tomato and feta are a favorite of mine, and always remind me of summer, and a trip to Greece and the island of Mykonos one summer many years ago. Our favorite dish was Shrimp Saganaki, a rich tomato sauce with shrimp nestled in, covered in a blanket of fresh […]
I do love dishes made with phyllo dough, spanakopita, tiropita and the myriad of sticky sweet desserts made with it. But after a number of failed attempts, I have discovered that I simply do not have the patience to work with it. So I am attracted to recipes that mirror the tastes of my […]
This is hardly a recipe, more like a set of instructions, but I wanted to share it before this long weekend of picnics and cookouts and gatherings, because it is so good and so simple and so perfect for this last official weekend of summer.
I first had this in South Africa several years […]
Okay, I’ll admit. I have fear of phyllo. I love Greek food and pastries, but I am too afraid, or okay, too lazy to work with phyllo myself. Clearing all that counterspace, brushing every layer with butter, covering with damp towels. My few forays have been madly unsuccessful. And messy.
Every year […]
This is an extra post this week, because to be honest, I am quite pleased with myself. My recipe for Pastitsio is a finalist in the wonderful website Food52 contest for Best Baked Pasta dish. When I saw the contest theme, I immediately remembered how much I enjoy this dish. This Greek […]