Any plant that can multitask is a plant I want in my garden. Sweet Fennel lives up to this expectation very well as most of the plant is edible, as well as attractive. Oh yeah, pollinators like bees and butterflies love it, too!
Bread has been a staple of the Greek diet since antiquity, much like in other cultures world-wide. Definitely not the place for low-carb diet trends!
I’m no fan of the “wilted salad” trend. There’s a reason why most salad greens are served cold. But every so often it’s okay to make an exception.
Greeks love their sweets, and they love them best with a heavy dose of a flavor-filled syrup
drizzled poured over them. Because why not? Continue reading Ravani (Greek Semolina & Orange Syrup Cake)
One of the side-effects of trying to create a new recipe is that I don’t know how much of an ingredient I might need, and then am left with extra that I need to figure out how to use. It’s a rough life.
A few days ago we experienced this weird phenomena called “rain in May”. It even looks like this oddity may repeat itself sometime today. I’m not complaining! Continue reading What a Show!
There is a good chance that if my youngest is in the garden but is nowhere to be seen, he has found some strawberries and is gobbling them up before anyone else gets a chance to.
My Medium Boy’s exact words were “Oh my God, this is delicious” when a spoonful of this dip hit his mouth. I’m not sure, but I think he may have liked it.
One of life greatest lessons is that if you give a boy a fish, he eats for a day. But if you teach a boy to fish, you’ll have fish guts in your sink and trip over all his fishing rods in the garage.
Holidays are wonderful events filled with food, family, food, fun, food, food. And leftovers. Lots of leftovers.