March 8, 2018

Imagine tender and juicy pieces of beef (veal), baked in the oven on a bed of tomato sauce with orzo (called Kritharaki in Greek). It’s one of the most popular traditional Greek dishes that no one can resist. I had tasted this casserole once at a small tavern located i...

March 8, 2018

Honey Glazed pork loin, slowly roasted within the juices of orange and lemon. A Greek Sunday classic recipe, to get the whole family gathered around the table and spend some precious time together!

Hands on:        5 minutes

Cooking Time: 3...

December 7, 2017

This is a Beef - Cabbage Stew cooked for my kids the Mediterranean way. This means you need neither beef broth, nor beef bouillon to make the stew tastier. What you need is, to combine in your hot pot the aroma and the juices derived from a good piece of meat, a fresh...

November 2, 2017

Wednesday night asking myself what are we going to cook for tomorrow? No problem. I take my delicious Beef Patties out of the freezer (full of vegetables and fiber), and let them defrost in the refrigerator for the whole night. When I come back home from work, I just h...

October 20, 2017

Vitamin C helps in fighting bacterial infections and strengthening the immune system of our children. This quick recipe is a Vitamin C bomb. Bite sized pork pieces are cooked in a delicious Mediterranean sauce, made of fresh Tomatoes, colourful Bell Peppers and Orange...

March 10, 2017

This is what I do:

I use my pressure cooker, and in 30 minutes this delicious beef, cooked in the tomato sauce is ready. When it reaches the room temperature,  I freeze half of the portion so that I can use it next week. Some great sides to accompany this dish would be...

February 17, 2017

A perfect time-saver for hard working parents. Make a double or triple dose of this recipe and keep it in your freezer. Defrost and prepare in no time spaghetti Bolognese, pasta casserole, Shepherd’s Pie with Potato Crust, home made beef tacos, Italian lasagna, greek "...

January 6, 2017

This recipe is a big hit. When you have the time (i do it on Sundays) prepare your beef patties, place them in the freezer and defrost them whenever you like. You can combine them with potatoes, rise, vegetables, make a burger..... anything you like....

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