Ανεκτίμητη αξία να έχεις την ευκαιρία να αποδράσεις για λίγο από την πόλη σου, τη δουλειά σου, τη ρουτίνα σου. Να μπορείς να χαρείς την οικογένεια, τους φίλους σου, τη θάλασσα, τον καθαρό αέρα στο βουνό, ένα περίπατο στο δάσος, ένα καλό βιβλίο.Continue reading “Summer Thoughts.”
” It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.” -Aristotle .
I hope that you all are well in health. You, your families, your loved ones. Stay positive, stay safe and try to be as creative as possible. I hope that it will all end soon and that we all be stronger and united.
- 180g. butter
- 250g. dark chocolate, finely chopped
- 40g. cocoa powder
- 4 eggs
- 300g. granulated sugar
- 200g. flour
In a bain marie, melt the butter along with the chocolate. When done, beat with a hand whisk until the mixture is thoroughly combined.
Add the remaining ingredients and mix well with the whisk.
Grease and flour a parchment paper within a baking pan and spread the mixture.
Bake at 170*C for 30-35 minutes.
Remove it from oven and allow it to cool a bit.
Serve at room temperature.
Τoday`s still life photoshoot is all about green olives. You can meet them on a daily basis in Greek homes, along with bread and excellent quality of olive oil.
Have a nice weekend you friends.
Τoday`s still life photoshoot is all about grapes.
You can find a great sweet recipe on the archives of the blog for grapes, if you are in the mood. You will love it!!
So which photo you prefer?
Have a great day!! Anthea.
I love-love-love Spinach pie!! Just a bite can make my day!! The dough, the spinach and feta, are all great ingredients individually, but when combined, the result in the mouth is simply fantastic.
I believe that the secret is in the homemade fyllo -the greek word for pie dough- that our Greek grandmothers tought us well.
So, today’s photoshoot is all about capturing the crispiness of a spinach pie piece and it’s beautiful color combination.
Have a lovely day, Anthea.
I am back at food photography. And baking. And making my family happy. They love my cakes, at least that is what I hear from them. Hoping the baby will love them too in the near future.
Staying in Athens during summer is not much of a fun, so little treats like that, are a must.
After such a long a time, I managed to bake a cake. A simple almond cake with some lemon frosting and chocolate drops on top. These kind of tastes can make my day and my family`s too. This is a far too easy recipe, appropriate for a mom of a new born baby and a toddler, with no time availiable.
Simply gather all the ingredients, put them on a mixer, bake and decorate.
You Will Need:
90 gr. olive oil
150 gr. powdered sugar
150 gr. egg whites (from 4 eggs)
170 gr. all purpose flour
80 gr. milk
150 gr. white almods, finely sliced
1,5 teaspoon bakind powder
a pinch of salt
For the frosting: 40 gr. lemon juice, 270 gr. powdered sugar
* Pre heat the oven at 170 *C and prepare a baking pan, by spreading some olive oil and brown sugar all around it.
In a mixer, whisk the olive oil with the sugar. Add the egg whites. Mix well for two minutes and add the milk, the flour and the rest of ingredients.
Put the mixture in the pan and bake for 45 minutes.
Let the cake to cool down and prepare the frosting. Mix in the bowl the lemon juice with the the powdered sugar. Put it on the cake after the cake is cold enough.