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Lots of people ask us about our tzatziki (pronounced more ja-ji-ki than sat-seeki – don’t despair if you’re a culprit) so we have decided to dedicate a post to this refreshingly cool but powerfully garlicky sauce/dip. The coolness comes from the Greek Yoghurt. It’s important......

Greece is all about tradition and one such tradition derived from the Orthodox Church is the “name day”. Nearly every day of the year celebrates a different Christian saint or martyr so when someone is named after one of these saints they celebrate their name......

The souvlaki (meat on a skewer) has its roots in ancient history – there are even mentions of it in Homer’s works in which Achilles is asked to roast pieces of meat over an open fire and remnants of instruments used to roast meat on......