If you’re hosting a 4th of July get-together, these spectacular treats are guaranteed to make it a sweet celebration.
Pam Kanavos says opa! and serves up a batch of golden Greek Loukoumades.
On New Year’s Day, Greek families cut the Vasilopita to bless the house and bring good luck for the new year.
Pam Kanavos with some valuable tips on how to succeed with those lovely French desserts.
At The Romanos Resort in Costa Navarino, you will be treated to an experience that would make the ancient Greek royalty jealous.
A summer barbecue can easily turn into a summer disaster if proper precautions aren’t taken to ensure food safety.
For those of you who would like to be initiated into the pleasures of a velvety chocolate hazelnut spread, why are you still here reading this?
Pam Kanavos takes a big, loving bite out of Boston’s Gaslight, Brasserie du Coin.
When you’ve got access to all the right ingredients, there is no reason to fuzz around and complicate things.
The answer to an Italian bolognese, a Greek meat sauce is different in the sense of flavors.
Opening in 1987, Hamersley’s remains a favorite among locals. One of those locals is Pam Kanavos.
Even if Kok is pronounced coke, it’s not blow, snow, charlie, c, or nose candy. It’s a delicious Greek treat.
Grab a delicious little piece of Greece today. However, be weary of who you will be kissing, because you will smell like a stinky rose.
Boston has a place where you can go for Gyro night and feel almost like you were in Athens.
Pam Kananvos takes us on a trip through the pastry shops of Athens, and introduces us to the typical Greek Easter cookies – Koulouria.
Pam Kanavos visits Sportello, one of Boston’s most talked about Italian restaurants.
Diples, a classic Greek sweet treat, is served hot and fresh from the fryer by Pam Kanavos.