Many times in the past my mother used to cook the following recipe when i was back in Greece which -as i found later- is used especially during christmas.
Not sure about that but thats what i have read…
To be honest for me i just thought about it again when i had an overload of pork chops.
In my version the amount of celery could be more but its one of those times that you cant have everything perfect when you are
The following dish is something that i was craving for a lot of time. Making a peinirli is not easy but it is something special.
The following recipe is another one that many countries around middle east will fight for its origin. Some they will say its Greek, others its Turkish, maybe from Jordan? Who knows. .. We can conclude that it is from …that place of the world.
Couple of day ago I was talking with my dad who reminded me how much he liked to try different recipes that include aubergines which is I think a characteristic ingredient in Greek, Turkish and in general middle east kitchen.
Looking back on the recipes I have done, I can find a lot that include aubergines and most probably I can think couple also that I haven’t even tried to cook until now. The following reminds a lot of the aubergine salad I did some time ago but it is a nice idea, especially if you are having a barbeque and you want something to have together with the meat you are grilling.
The following salad is one of those that i could never imagine that i would spend even a second cooking it when i was young. You see eating greens or horta as we call them in Greek was by far anything than enjoyable when i was a kid.