5 responses

  1. Tamara Novakoviç
    Tamara Novakoviç
    May 31, 2011

    In Croatia we eat Italian version, I suppose, but I like how Greeks use allspice, cinnamon-really interesting and sounds flavorful, delicious!

  2. Sara Clevering
    Sara Clevering
    June 7, 2011

    I make a big batch of bolognese every month–this looks like a fun variation, especially as I love allspice! Where do you find the cheese here in Boston? I was just looking for Kefalotyri for a recipe and subbed parmesan (just as you suggest); the Whole Foods guy said that there’s been trouble sourcing it recently?

    • Pam Kanavos
      pam
      June 8, 2011

      HI Sara, Kefalotyri can be found in arlington on mass ave, in a little shop called christos. Also you can find it at any greek shop around town. You could sub it with parm no problem.

  3. Vangelis
    April 30, 2012

    Hello Pam,

    Very nice recipe indeed! I am using it as a guide today that I am making it on my own!

    I will tell you the truth, I’ve never been a big fan of kefalotiri in Makaronia me Kima, not that it doesn’t taste well, but in my opinion Mizithra brings the dish to another dimension!

    For me mizithra is by far the best cheese when it comes to pasta!

    I am currently living in the UK and I brought with me a whole head of mizithra :p

    Thanks again for the recipe and have a good day!

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