‘Nisos’ Beer Wins First Silver Medal for Greece

Greek beer "Nisos" won the silver European Beer Star Award in the category Bohemian Pilsner in an international competition that took place in Bavaria,...

Free Top Quality Beer at Zythognosia Exhibition

The exhibition "Zythognosia" dedicated to high quality beers is being organized for a second consecutive year in Athens on October 17 and 18 at...

Guinness: World’s Largest Lollipop Made in Greece

The town of Trikala, in Greece just made it into the Guinness Book of World Records, for making the world's largest lollipop. The lollipop...

Veganism Mapped: Greece Joins in With 1st Vegan Life Festival

To mark World Vegan Day, the Telegraph mapped out the countries that eat the most, and least meat-eating countries in the world. The most...

Souvlaki and Non-Stick Pans Invented by Ancient Greeks

New scientific research reveals that the ancient Mycenaean's, apart from being great warriors and excellent architects, were also very good cooks. More than 3,000...

BBC Explains Grexit in Tasty Greek Food Terms [Video]

Those imaginative folks at BBC business news found a rather tasty way to explain what Greece's exit from the euro zone would mean by using gyros,...

Food Prices on the Rise in Greece

The prices of basic food items in Greece have increased up to 18% in one year, despite the recession and high unemployment, says a...

Archestratus and the Secrets of Ancient Greek Gastronomy

Ancient Greek poet and philosopher of Gela or Syracuse Archestratus, is often referred to as led the Father of Gastronomy. In his humorous didactic poem Hedypatheia (Life of Luxury) written in the...

Popularity of Greek Herbs Starts Oregano War

Greek herb smuggling is the new crime that border authorities have to fight, according to a report by NDTV. The recent international popularity of Greek...

Savoring Life of the Arcadian Land

Father of medicine Hippocrates said “let food be thy medicine” more than 2,400 years ago. One’s immune system needs natural food to produce internal...

Posh Butcher Shop on Mykonos Sells €300 per Kilo Meat! (Video)

A new type of butcher shop has opened up its doors on the Greek island of Mykonos. "Drakoulis Meat" in Lagada is all about providing...

Healthy Dolmades with Ancient Greeks’ Favorite Kale and Quinoa

In ancient Greece, kale used to grow wild in the countryside and was a staple in most households. It was widely consumed not only as...

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