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Όπως έχω ξαναγράψει, σπάνια φτιάχνω κριθαρένιο παξιμάδι (ντάκο) στο σπίτι. Εδώ στο νησί βρίσκουμε καλό παξιμάδι από πολλές «πηγές». Υπάρχουν παλιές και άξιες νοικοκυρές που διαθέτουν …

Όπως έχω ξαναγράψει, σπάνια φτιάχνω κριθαρένιο παξιμάδι (ντάκο) στο σπίτι. Εδώ στο νησί βρίσκουμε καλό παξιμάδι από πολλές «πηγές». Υπάρχουν παλιές και άξιες νοικοκυρές που διαθέτουν …

My Little Expat Kitchen: Greek barley bread (also check out other recipes on her website. Her pinterest is also excellent. Compare to Egyptian barley bread.)

My Little Expat Kitchen: Greek barley bread - Wow! This looks fantastic. Ingredients are measured in grams (use the scale) but temps are shown in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.

Easy Slow Cooker Olive Parmesan Bread http://www.dizzybusyandhungry.com/easy-slow-cooker-olive-parmesan-bread/

Easy Slow Cooker Olive Parmesan Bread

Easy Slow Cooker Olive Parmesan Bread - No kneading required! You have to try this delicious and super-easy way to prepare fresh-baked bread!

Lagana (λαγάνα) Greek Sesame Flatbread- Kalofagas - Greek Food & Beyond

Lagana (λαγάνα) Greek Sesame Flatbread- Kalofagas - Greek Food Beyond

Psomi - Greek Bread Recipe - Food.com - 38085

Greek Bread

✔Psomi - Greek Bread - Baking & Spices 1 envelope Active dry yeast 6 cups All-purpose flour 2 tsp Salt 1 tbsp Semolina, fine 3 tsp Sugar Oils & Vinegars 1 tbsp Butter or 1 tablespoon oil Liquids 2 cups Water 1 Water

Christopsomo, the Greek traditional Christmas bread - "Christopsomo" translates as "bread of Christ." Some decorate the bread with a cross or an "X. The letter "X" is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ and was used as an early abbreviation. Hence "Xmas."

Christopsomo

A Greek Christmas tradition, Christopsomo translates as "Bread of Christ". Some families decorate the bread with a cross or X. The letter X is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ and was used as an early abbreviation (hence Xmas).

Amateur Cook Professional Eater - Greek recipes cooked again and again: Keftedes - Classic Greek fried meatballs

Amateur Cook Professional Eater - Greek recipes cooked again and again: "Keftedes" - Classic Greek fried meatballs

In Greece you find these Koulouri on the street being sold from carts. They are so delicious. I was able to get them in Baltimore from a bakery in Greek Town. I might have to make them since they can't be found anywhere in Texas.

Koulouri Thessalonikis: a sesame seed-coated ring of bread that can be found on the streets of Thessaloniki and Athens and most bakeries around Greece and eaten by everyone on the go or as an easy, quick snack.

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