Move over Athens–there’s a new, 315 BC-year-old kid on the block! It’s Thessaloniki, the capital of Greek Macedonia and the second-largest city in Greece. It’s always been popular with European travelers who are drawn to its gorgeous beaches, lively college-town energy, and cosmopolitan character.
The Hilton Athens has a star in the kitchen named Executive Chef Kostas Athanasiou. Local…
An hour from Athens, Loutraki is a beach town with fine seafood and olive oil.
Loukoumi is the Greek name for Turkish Delight made and enjoyed throughout Greece. Cooks make this sweet in their own kitchens or buy them from specialty candy making shops.
An Athens favorite, Hotel Grande Bretagne serves up an unusual cocktail like a take on the Old Fashioned with reposado tequila.
With a similar shape to orzo, Greek kritharoto pasta makes an elegant stew shrimp dish that is perfect comfort food.
When on vacation, dining at a hotel restaurant usually can never compare to venturing out to a local favorite. However, at Athen’s Sofitel Hotel Chef Theofanis Stathis creates a menu worth staying in for.
Made with rich Santorini tomatoes, these keftedes or fritters are a delicious appetizer to impress guests.
Olive oil has deep cultural significance and health benefits, but alleged fraud in the industry has belittled it. New shops have emerged to change just that
Moussaka, the national dish of Greece is a casserole with a delicious meaty sauce, eggplant, potatoes and topped with creamy bechamel.
At The Romanos Resort in Costa Navarino, you will be treated to an experience that would make the ancient Greek royalty jealous.
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?
The answer to an Italian bolognese, a Greek meat sauce is different in the sense of flavors.
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.
With spring in full swing and tomato plants and herbs a-bloomin’, it is officially salad season.
Pam Kananvos takes us on a trip through the pastry shops of Athens, and introduces us to the typical Greek Easter cookies – Koulouria.
Diples, a classic Greek sweet treat, is served hot and fresh from the fryer by Pam Kanavos.