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Anastasia Hatzivlahos
You may well consume more honey this week than ever before, possibly presented in some unique ways. It is therefore only fitting for us, as your Nectar & Ambrosia Tour hosts, to provide some background on this major Greek Nectar embedded in our name.
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Oregano is one of the hardier Mediterranean herbs utilized in the Greek kitchen, and your first few Athenian meals will reveal numerous variants of dried-and-jarred brands. Much of the oregano used in the United States comes from a Mexican verbena-bush and possesses a somewhat bitter snap to it.
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According to Greek legend, the mythological gods demanded simplicity in all things – except how their subjects praised them. Modern wine drinkers are violators of this rule and many have made the science of cheese complicated as well. This is not the case in Greece.
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Even most Greeks do not consciously acknowledge a basic fact: traditional Greek cooking utilizes vastly more dried herbs and spices than fresh ones. The most common exceptions are parsley, dill, fennel and, at times, mint. These are the only living green baharika (spices) found in the koozeenah (kitchen).
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Phyllo is spelled many ways. But technically, Phyllo – φύλλo (GR) – (pronounced FEE-loh) is a strudel-like, tissue-thin, flakey pastry dough used to wrap or cover many Greek dishes prior to cooking. There is a myth that the practice of stretching raw dough into paper-thin sheets originated in kitchens of the Topkapı Palace (THE original...
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Humans are wired to recall experiences in life as a means of survival. Our minds also preserve experiences in a unique way… we remember the first time as well as the last time we encounter a dynamic, meaningful, or otherwise impressive experience. One such memorable experience will definitely come your way the first time you...
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Culinary experts agree: lamb is not for everyone. There are over 1,000 recipes the world-over for the preparation of lamb, yet the very mention of lamb to many Americans often evokes distasteful grimaces. The rest of the world finds lamb to be as common as chicken.
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A long time ago Athena, goddess of peace and wisdom, had a disagreement with Poseidon, god of the sea, over who was to give their name to the growing cultural city of golden-age, Attica.
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Why Book With Us?

  • To enjoy delicious food and great wines
  • To experience Greece as an Athenian
  • To learn the difference between Retsina, Tsipouro, Ouzo and Windex
  • To avoid hot summer crowds and enjoy mild winter days
  • To be educated, entertained and amused by the knowledge and care of our experienced staff
  • To immerse yourself in a roof-top, hot tub facing the Acropolis
  • To experience the taste of REAL Greek Olive Oil
  • To sample world-class wines NOT exported from Greece
  • To see much more than you imagined, with less effort than you expected
  • To experience a memory that will last a lifetime