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    Baklava is traditionally layered, alternating nuts and phyllo, creating a delicate and often challenging pastry to cut and serve! Over 25 years ago my yiayia (grandma) visited family in Corinth and brought back a new method of rolling the baklava- the result is wonderful! Dozens of layers all neatly packaged in a piece of baklava that retains it's signature diamond shape! Today it is the only way that I make it and even my church makes their baklava for bake sales using this method. The flavors are very traditional- a touch of cinnamon in the nuts and honey and lemon in the syrup. If you can find FRESH phyllo (try Greek or Italian import stores)- I highly recommend using it. Fresh phyllo is far easier to work with than the frozen boxes found at the supermarket!

    Recipe #345307

    Every Saturday morning, without fail, my dad would whip out his favorite pan and start a sauté of sweet onions in butter. We always knew what was coming so we'd take the pita bread out of the fridge and throw it in a low oven to warm and crisp up! My dad is gone now so I grab his Koutali (spoon) and mix up a batch of his scrambled eggs. They are still not as good as his ( and never will be!) but I keep making them and honor his cooking legacy with every bite!

    Recipe #344753

    I have always tried to steer my two "kids" Joey and Jillie into prefering homemade dog treats rather than the overly processed, fat and salt laden snacks sold at the grocery. Although they still enjoy a jerky treat from time to time, these treats drive them crazy and still grab for these when offered a less healthy alternative. The great part is that I know what is in the treats that I make for them and that they are fresher and healthier for them than anything readily available in the marketplace! The pumpkin is also great when their tummies are sensitive or they haven't been feeling well. Hope your dogs love them as mch as mine do!

    Recipe #344696

    2 Reviews |  By cbgreek

    My absolutely favorite go-to dish when there is nothing to eat for dinner and I want something delicious and satisfying. It also can be easily doubled and tripled to infinity and served as a side dish. Try adding some shredded cooked beef roast with all the extra juices and the leftover veggies. My dad always liked to sprinkle on some parmesan cheese on top but I prefer a squeeze or two of fresh lemon juice. Have some fun adding your own favorite touches!

    Recipe #317283

    A garlic lovers dream! I love the tradional cucumber dips that I grew up with but the extra garlic bite in this dip makes vampires run for the hills! I made this for a bunch of friends on our yearly vacation trip and served it with grilled marinated chicken skewers and pita. Definately no leftovers!

    Recipe #317217

    2 Reviews |  By cbgreek

    I love red peppers and it seems that every soup I tried that showcased their flavor failed miserably! It took me 5 tries before I got the results that I wanted and this recipe is the culmination of 3 years of tweeking! It makes a big batch of soup but I purposely make big batches since this soup freezes really well. I've even used it as a pasta sauce! You can adjust the "heat" to suit your tastes but I have a low tolerace for a burning mouth so as written this will have a small bite to it without smacking you in the head.

    Recipe #317215

    The most popular recipe in my mom's arsenal! Unfortunately so many people have requested the recipe in the past 40+ years that she can no longer claim it as her own! This makes a great side dish and is often seen at every family gathering and church pot-luck that we attend. My brother & I always liked ours a little soupy so when I make it for us I add a little extra milk to the top so that it stays loose. Truly Yummy!

    Recipe #315447

    3 Reviews |  By cbgreek

    A delicious and crusty bread that has the added convenience of using the dough cycle of a bread machine. Can easily be made by hand- you just need to let the dough rise until doubled before punching it down and proceeding to the shaping and baking stage. Very easy and has that wonderful crust that you usually only find in bakeries!

    Recipe #315440

    Such a simple blend of a few ingredients makes such a wonderful side dish! It is especially great with grilled food is excellent as a filling in pita pockets with chicken or lamb. You can substitute your favorite herbs like fresh basil or oregano for the cilantro but there is something about the cilantro that just makes this dish perfect! If you like cilantro I suggest you try it first before experimenting with other herbs.

    Recipe #315341

    3 Reviews |  By cbgreek

    I grew up watching my Papou make these every week! Even as a child I loved eating a big bowl of these green beans with crusty slices of my YiaYia's bread. When my Papou passed away at 99 (still cooking until the end!) I carried on the tradion of making this dish. For me and my family, this is the ultimate comfort food. You may believe the amount of olice oil is excessive, but I actually use more than I have indicated in the recipe- my family loves how it blends with the tomato and creates this magical sauce that makes you want to lick the plate clean!

    Recipe #293902


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