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Koulouri Thessalonikis & Toastaki Recipe

One of my favorite sandwiches to make ever is the Greek toast better known as “toastaki”. Basically, it is cheese, ham, and toast and then typically you would use the… Read more Koulouri Thessalonikis & Toastaki Recipe

AN AUTHENTIC GREEK SOUL CHEF

Happy Friday beautiful friends! I hope you are enjoying your Friday and almost the weekend. On today’s post, my wonderful friends from Thess Del Food featured me on their blog!… Read more AN AUTHENTIC GREEK SOUL CHEF

A Drop of Ladi & My Greek Soul | Kouzounas Kitchen

My Second Cookbook Is Released!

Happy week to you! I have been keeping a secret from you guys for a while, but it wasn’t really a secret since there is a PHOTO of the second… Read more My Second Cookbook Is Released!

Passionate Pastry Chef: Dimitris Banis

I would like to introduce to you an extremely talented and creative pastry chef from Thessaloniki, Greece. I had the opportunity to ask Dimitris a few questions in regards to his passion in the kitchen, what his favorite desserts are, and much more. Please check out this wonderful interview I had with him, and enjoy. Dimitris Banis- Pastry Chef- Thessaloniki, Greece 1. How long have you been a Pastry Chef? I have been a pastry chef since 1998. 2. What school did you attend?  I completed two pastry schools and gained… Read more Passionate Pastry Chef: Dimitris Banis

This recipe came all the way from Thessaloniki!

We are trying something a little different this time. Today’s  featured Thursday recipe is a Greek sweet. One of my favorites, and I haven’t seen this recipe in ages. Try it out and let me know your thoughts. Thank you to Maria from Thessaloniki for today’s featured recipe. Honey and Cheese Cake Recipe- Sifnopitta Ingredients: 2 cups of plain flour, sifted with a pinch of salt 2 tbsp of white sugar 1/2 cup of unsalted butter at room temp 3-4 tbsp of cold water For the filling: 4 eggs 1/4… Read more This recipe came all the way from Thessaloniki!

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