Saturday, March 23, 2013

Weekend Cooking




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.Coffee break in the Plaka area in Athens, Greece in 2010.




13 comments:

  1. How I wish I was seated there right now for an afternoon coffee and pastry- an inspiring post!

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  2. I love baklava, even if I can't spell it right! When I lived in San Fran., I would stop everyday down the street before coming home from school and get a piece. That's probably how I gained all my weight! {:-D

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  3. My cousin married a man form Greece. He sent us a box of there Baklava once. Nothing like what we get at the bakeries here. Delicious.

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  4. sweet cake and coffee...perfect for a short break after touring this beautiful city :-) Dropping by from Food Trip Friday.

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  5. I could use a coffee break like that right about... now. Lovely photos!

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  6. My sister-in-law is Greek. she used to make the most amazing dishes. she doesn't cook much right now due to ill health. her mother would send pails of olives from their trees . And the olive oil , you can't find anything like it here.

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  7. What a beautiful place. I would probably sit there all afternoon, happily sipping coffee and munching on pastries.

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  8. That coffee and baklava would be so so nice about this time of day..

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  9. How inviting! I'd love to sit down and enjoy the coffee and pastry right now :-)

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  10. I enjoy going on these food journeys with you. It makes me feel like I'm right there.

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  11. Oh I hope there is a table for me. Your photographs are always so inviting.

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