Δευτέρα, 10 Νοεμβρίου 2008

MY WORLD TUESDAY: TRADITIONAL DISHES


This week i want to show you some traditional dishes from Greece.

We start with traditional fasolada (white beans soup).

For this plate we need:

white beans, olive oil, salt, black pepper, onions, carrots, tomato sauce, water and celery.



Next we have our traditional spanakopita (spinach pie).

For this plate we need:

some pastry, spinach, fresh onions, dry onions, dill, fennel, salt, black pepper, olive oil, eggs and feta cheese.




But sometimes the kids want to have other tastes.

So i make a home made pizza.

One recipe i usually use is this:

i make the dough, i put tomato sause, slices of ham, green pepper, sausages, mushrooms, slices of
cheese (gouda or edam), and grated cheese.


I hope you all enjoyed this post.



31 σχόλια:

D Herrod είπε...

I wish we could get good Greek food here.

Reader Wil είπε...

It looks delicious! Greek food is wonderful! I liked every thing we ate when I was in Greece!

Sylvia K είπε...

Oh, I too remember the great food in Greece! Beautiful! and now I'm hungry!

Your EG Tour Guide είπε...

I want to eat at your house! You must be a great cook. ;-)

ewok1993 είπε...

What a yummy post. I love Greek/Mediterranean cuisine. But I'm sure yours is far superior than what we get here stateside from our restaurants.

Yummy yummy post.

Louise είπε...

I was already hungry, now I'm starving!

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI είπε...

yum yum - your family have the same tastes as my family!

Carver είπε...

I enjoyed this post a great deal. Such a good idea to show us food from your part of the world.

Arija είπε...

Yum yum. you make me sooo hungry!

Rural Writer είπε...

Oh my, that post made me hungry! It all looks quite good.

Carletta είπε...

What time is dinner?
Looks delicious.

babooshka είπε...

After Italian my second favourite food is Greek. Wonderful idea to post local dishes. Mouuthwatering post.

Carole είπε...

Wonderful! I love Greek food. When we want the best Greek food, we drive down to Tarpon Springs. It's as close as we can come to Greece.

fishing guy είπε...

I would have enjoyed being there for the feast. I loved the Spinach Pie.

BNS είπε...

Oh, wonderful. I can smell it and taste it! Καλή όρεξη!

Jeanne είπε...

I love this post! How wonderful to not just see your dishes but the preparation.

Wren είπε...

Looks yummy. You're a good mom and a good cook.

And now I'm craving Greek food. :)

Pea in a Pod είπε...

WOW! Those looks yummy and delish! Thanks for the photos and the info:)

Posted mine, HERE. Have a great day! And thanks for the virtual travel;)

Brit' Gal Sarah είπε...

Oh my that all looks delicious, you family is blessed with you

Lilli & Nevada είπε...

well it was a good post, accept now i am hungry

indicaspecies είπε...

Yummy! I thought of the Moussaka that I enjoyed when I was in Greece. Thank you for these deliciously looking recipes.

My part of the world is here:
http://indicainq8.wordpress.com

Cheers!
- celine

ayamlin είπε...

Hello Antigoni!
Oh, this looks sooooo delicious!
I wish I ate these dishes!

RAMOSFOREST.ENVIRONMENT είπε...

Delicious World. Good!

AphotoAday είπε...

That was GREAT... Now I'm hungry...

Ladynred είπε...

I would love to visit Greece and that;s yummy food you prepared.
http://mytravelhereandthere.com/

Laura ~Peach~ είπε...

I want to come eat with you! I love greek foods! DROOL!!!

Jedediah είπε...

This is a great post, I really enjoy learning about food in different countries. Thanks :)

Reader Wil είπε...

Thanks for your comment! Fortunately I don't feel lonely any more when I come home. I got used to it.Sometimes I like to be alone to do what I want to do. That doesn't mean that I am not glad to have visitors, on the contrary! Every body is always welcome.

soulbrush είπε...

yummy yummy...

Denise είπε...

I enjoyed this post very much. What a delicious way to show us part of your world. Greek food is awesome!

Catherine είπε...

Looks delicious, the spinash and feta one looks so yummy.