Gastronomy ARCHIVE


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7 July 2016
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It was back in 1992 that I first got wind, from Tasos Michaelidis, of some incredible musical goings-on; a truly intoxicating combination of starry nights and jazz music taking place on the first of Halkidiki’s famous three legs, an event destined to grow in stature in the years to come. The spark of an idea ...

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5 May 2016
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In Halkidiki, a region blessed by nature, with olive trees, market gardens and orchards with fresh vegetables and fruit, wonderful fish – John Dory and sea bass, in particular -, cultured mussels, and prime meat from farms in Polygyros and Moudania, the only thing needed was for someone to be alert enough to recognize this quality ...

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1 January 2016
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It rose from the sea on the command of Apollo himself, when the Argonauts were in peril crossing the Aegean Sea. Its name is Anafi. It’s a small Cycladic island, east of Santorini. A hospitable, little island with only one hamlet – Hora – and a harbor, Saint Nikolas. Your heart skips a beat with ...

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1 January 2016
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Thanks to my Mediterranean roots, born in Cyprus and raised in Greece, l have always been one of those people that was attracted by our heritage and wanted to delve deeper into it: how ancient societies were formed, what cultural elements did the Greek city-states share, and how Greek philosophy has managed to exercise such ...

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1 January 2016
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I moved to Thessaloniki because it has the same urban vibrancy I grew up with in lower Manhattan, plus bounty, beauty, and all those extra centuries of culture, including the culture thriving right now. I also love the contact- it’s a little messy, a little loud, and so warm, so personal. I love Thessaloniki because it’s ...

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