Pistachios have been produced in the Megara, Fthiotida and Aegina. The microclimate of Greece, characterized by hot summers and mild winters with low levels of precipitation, provides the ideal conditions for the cultivation of pistachios. The nuts are sun dried, after which they are shelled and machine sorted. There are some differences between pistachios: (Megara)These pistachios are […]
The ancient Greeks who knew how valuable the olive tree was, highly valued it and gave it a divne origin. Kalamata olives are only found on the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece and have played a part in the human diet for thousands of years. Growing under the amazing Greek sun, the olive trees here […]
If you deconstruct Greece, you will in the end see an olive tree, a grapevine, and a boat remain. That is, with as much, you reconstruct her. Odysseas Elytis Olive oil, or the “Golden Liquid” as Homer called it, has been part of Greek history since antiquity. It was regarded as a basic and irreplaceable […]
Ιf you google the words “Greece” and “food,” it’s possible you’ll stumble on a recent article about the island of Milos and its relatively unknown local cuisine, which is divine. Or you might read somewhere that every summer, Mykonos gathers the crème de la crème of Greek chefs, who present some of the most interesting dishes from […]
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