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These are the lovely gifts I received from Gaea.

I am very happy to show you all these lovely products! I broke right into the box and tried the olives and they are very unique. You can tell all of the products are fresh, and they come from Greece.  I would like to share with you a recipe that you can use with the Gaea products. Bruschetta Greek Style Recipe- sourdough or ciabatta rolls- ( I used 8 open ciabatta rolls) 1 tablespoon of the gaea olive tapenade a bunch of fresh basil a bunch of fresh mint 1/2… Read more These are the lovely gifts I received from Gaea.

I thought this was a great idea to combine all these chefs.

I love GAEA, and I noticed on their facebook that they had 5 Top Greek Chefs in a cookbook. Guess who one of those chefs were, Diane Kochilas! Love her recipes as I said the past days.  Take a look at this- You will find some amazing Greek recipes.  

Traditional Rizogalo Recipe. (Greek Rice Pudding)

Greece is known for many sweets and one of my favorites is, Rizogalo. ( As in Greek, Rizi meaning rice, and gala meaning milk.) Rizogalo- Ρυζόγαλο Recipe Ingredients: 1/2 cup of… Read more Traditional Rizogalo Recipe. (Greek Rice Pudding)

Did you know…

Did you know that the first Greek cookbook was written by Archestratos, in 330 B.C. The cookbook suggests that cooking has always been an importance and significance in the Greek society. Did you know that the modern chef hats that chefs wear now a days, originated from the chefs in Greece who wore tall white hats in the middle ages. These chefs prepared food for the Greek Monasteries, and the chefs were called the Monastic Brothers. To a large degree, vegetarian cuisine can be traced back to foods and recipes originated… Read more Did you know…

Look what made it on Gaea’s fb page.

I feel honored to be able to share my recipe on Gaea’s fb page. Thank you Gaea! Please check out the link below and my Spanakopita recipe. -Cheers * Spanakopita, By Kouzounas Kitchen

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