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Time to try Greek Beers

If we go back in history, one will easily discover that archaeological excavations reveal that beer was first made in Greece in the Bronze Age.

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Keftedes – Greek Meatballs

The Greek meatballs, keftedes, are a famously delicious dish. Commonly served as part of a meze alongside a variety of sauces and pita bread. Keftedes

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Best Greek Chocolate: ION

There’s no denying that chocolate it the ultimate sweet pleasure. They just seem to fill you with joy, no matter what the occasion, whether you

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Homemade Greek Pita Bread

Greek Pita bread is one of the most ancient known bread.  It is a staple in Mediterranean cuisine and has been for over 4,000 years.

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How to make Tasty Melomakarona

Melomakarona are some of the most beloved of all Greek cookies, especially around the Christmas period. As with most holidays in Greece, Greek Christmas revolves

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Top 5 Best Greek Dips

Greece is well known for a plethora of things. Whether that its unique history, beautiful islands, friendly people or gorgeous. Nonetheless, Greece’s food is slowly

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How to make Greek Briam

Greek Briam is a traditional Greek meal made with with potatoes, zucchini, tomatoes, red onions and plenty of olive oil. The dish tends to use

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The Greek Deli Ready Meals

The Greek Deli has been sourcing, producing and delivering some of Greeks best condiments, delicacies and Ingredients. However, following popular demand and our customers commitment

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Traditional Greek Baklava Recipe

Baklava is an extra syrupy dessert that Greeks call ‘Siropiasta’. Syrupy desserts (‘Siropiasta’) are very popular in Greek cuisine and with good reason! Greek Baklava

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What is Greek Halva

Halva is a traditional sweet, traditionally enjoyed in the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. The word Halva actually comes from the Arabic ḥalwá which means

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Dyed Greek Red Easter Eggs

Red eggs (kokkina avga, pronounced KOH-kee-nah ahv-GHAH) are a traditional part of the Greek Easter Sunday celebration. They are lovingly made from natural dyes or can

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