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The concept of being a vegetarian, or I'll raise you one further, a vegan, has always baffled the likes of my mother. She being a very traditional Cypriot Turkish woman, hearty in every fashion, with the Mediterranean sea raging through her veins and a culinary...

Traditionally eaten at Breakfast in Greece, this deliciously, sweet dessert is filled with a divine vanilla and semolina custard cream and encased in buttery filo pastry. Not for the faint hearted but oh so good with a cup of tea or coffee! You will need: For the...

Freshly made scones in our cottage kitchen in Devon. We enjoyed them simply with local Devonshire butter and jam. Here's the recipe if you'd like to give them a go! You will need (makes about 12 scones): 300g self raising flour 75g butter Pinch of salt 35g caster sugar 200ml...

[caption id="attachment_1566" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Des and his Molohiya"][/caption] I've been feeling a lot of Molohiya love from all my people on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest over the last few days and so thought I'd better post a recipe up double quick! It’s summertime, I'm back in...

[caption id="attachment_1536" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Yellow Cyprus Plums"][/caption] Here on the Island, we are well known for our wide selection of jam.  To be honest, as long as it's labelled fruit, we make it into jam.  This includes Watermelon jam (made from the thick peel not the...

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