In the Greek Kitchen

They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Well this is particularly true if your man is Greek.

Greeks are extremely fond of their food and will attempt to spread their gluttonous passion. It is considered rude to refuse extra helpings and even ruder to leave uneaten food on your plate. Even if you are on the verge of throwing up, a Greek is bound to pile more food onto your plate.

Christmas, Easter, New Year, Birthdays, Saint’s Days, and every Sunday are important cooking days for Greek families (and Greek wives in particular). It is essential that every wife of a Greek owns a decent Greek recipe book and your kitchen should be fully stocked at all times with Greek food products and a variety of cooking utensils.

Remember, a coffee is NOT a Greek coffee unless it has been made with a briki and poured into a special Greek coffee cup. (Check out the video below on how to make a Greek coffee!)

Here at The Greek Wives Club, we are passionate about Greek cooking (and eating) and want to help all those wanting to hone their Greek culinary skills, whether it be just in order to cook for yourself, or your Greek man or the dreaded in-laws.

Below you will find a list of our favourite Greek food bloggers who regularly post mouth-wateringly delicious recipes with the help of pictures, you-tube videos and much more. You can also follow Ekaterina’s EAT GREEK Pinterest page for more ideas and food inspiration!

Kali Orexi!

If you want to be featured on our website send us a message using our contact button on the right hand side menu with a link to your food blog and we will be in touch 🙂

9 responses to “In the Greek Kitchen

  1. Yay this is sooo soo wonderful! Thank you koukla mou for sharing Kouzounas Kitchen and I am sharing this wonderful blog now. 🙂
    Exharisto Poly, let the cooking begin! ~KALI OREXI~ 🙂

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  2. Greek coffee! nothing can go wrong with a cup a day 😉 Many thanks for adding Eat Yourself Greek to your list of favs – ευχαριστώ πολύ και καλή μας όρεξη!

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  3. What a wonderful website, love your links to all of the inspirational blogs above!!

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  4. Thanks for having me on your list!!! 😍 What an honour!!!

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  5. Ekaterina! You are charming! I had to laugh at the end when you said you don’t like Greek coffee after lovingly showing the viewers how to make it. Adorable! I am not really a coffee drinker myself. i make it glyko. so much so that it has more sugar than coffee. My yiayia taught me how to read the cups, so my girls and their friends come over to have Kafe, but they don’t want to drink it. Now some people on a Greek FB group know I can do this and they message me their cups to read. So funny. It’s all in fun.

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