Your Guide To Everything Greek
A destination like no other.
We visited Santorini over the summer and we spent a week exploring the island. We stayed in Oia for the majority of the time and enjoyed every minute. As with most travel bloggers we have decided to put together our review on the 5 best restaurants that we found.read more
For many years Greeks and Cypriots have lived both in the homeland and overseas. I am one of those Greek Cypriots that have traveled to many places in the world.read more
According to the Greek Orthodox traditions, the cracking of eggs goes back many years. Growing up we just thought cracking eggs was fun and all we wanted to do was be the winner.read more
When we were researching where to go on our honeymoon my wife had said that she had always dreamt of going to Santorini. Well her and my wish came true. We decided Santorini was going to be our honeymoon location. We started researching and talking to people and after...read more
Why the Greek Church is Important to Greek Families and where can I find one?read more
The Orthodox Cross is actually referred to by many names: Byzantine Cross, Russian Cross and the Suppendaneum Cross. Every Church is seen with the cross present and the cross symbolizes so much and means so much to the person wearing one. The cross is a special piece as it is one given at the baptism. The baptism cross is very important and cherished by the person that wears it.read more
Red eggs (in Greek: kokkina avga, κόκκινα αυγά, pronounced KOH-kee-nah ahv-GHAH) are perhaps the brightest symbol of Greek Easter, representing the blood of Christ and rebirth.read more
This is one of the biggest holidays on the Greeks Calendar. The Greek Orthodox Easter is held every year and falls at different times of the year compared to the English Easter.read more
In Greek: τσουρέκι πασχαλινό, pronounced tsoo-REH-kee pahs-khah-lee-NOread more
Anthotiros is traditional Greek whey cheese with Controlled Denomination of Origin (DOC). It has been manufactured in Greece for many centuries from whey of ewe’s and goat’s milk or mixtures, with the addition of small quantities of milk and/or cream, in the regions...read more
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