New Study Shows Huge Benefits of High-Phenolic Early Harvest Olive Oil

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and the Greek Association of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders (GAADRD) announced on Monday the results from a groundbreaking...

Restaurant in Thessaloniki Offers Free Food to Those in Need

The owner of the restaurant Sta Kala Kathoumena in the Macedonian city of Thessaloniki has offered to feed those in need of a free...
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Beekeeper Explains Why Greek Honey Is the Best in the World

For thousands of years, honey has been collected for its delicious, sweet taste, healing and nutritious properties, and ritualistic use in many cultures. Humans foraging...

Why Greek Yogurt Is Considered the Best in the World

In the last decade, there has been an astronomic rise in the demand for Greek yogurt outside of its home country, especially in the...

The Ancient Roots of Greek Souvlaki, the World’s First Fast Food

The word "souvlaki" is synonymous with Greek food, whether the term refers simply to slices of grilled meat on a small wooden skewer or...

The New Greek Stamp Series Reminds Some of a 1980’s Taverna Menu

The Hellenic Post (ELTA) recently revealed four new stamps depicting oven-baked lamb and potatoes, moussaka, octopus and spanakopita (wild greens pie) which are supposed...

Greek Chef Brings Hellenic Flavor to Emirates Flights

The award-winning airline Emirates, out of the United Arab Emirates, has become synonymous with luxury and comfort. Globally known for its incredible service, including...

The Greek Organic Olive Oil Producer Who Won 203 International Awards

Back in the early 1990s the word "organic" meant nothing to most Greeks. Food was food and olives were olives. Sure, there were different...
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Mastiha: The Unique Mastic Gum of Chios People Call ‘White Gold’

Mastic, often referred to as the "Tears of Chios" or the "White Gold of Chios," is a product produced only on that particular Greek...

Feta vs. Halloumi: Battle of the Greek Cheeses

Haloumi and Feta may just be the most iconic food products from their respective countries of origin, Cyprus and Greece. Extremely popular and highly...

Lost Something? Bake a Fanouropita, if You Can Find a Recipe!

August 27 marks the celebration of St. Fanourios. The martyr is known for helping the faithful find lost items, whether they be physical objects,...

Restaurant on Greek Island of Kos Refuses Influencers’ Bids for Free Meals

  A vegetarian restaurant on the Greek island of Kos in the Dodecanese has put its foot down  when it comes to "Social Media Influencers,"...

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