Tag

taste

Browsing

Imagine this! You’ re standing somewhere near Syntagma Square in need for some rest, after a long walk under the athenian sun. Best thing to do is to take a coffee break… the Greek way! Coffee the greek way? What does this mean? All it means is that we Greeks drink coffee taking our time! It’s almost a ritual. Going out for coffee usually has nothing to do with “sipping” the actual product. The real meaning behind it is to catch up with loved ones, talk about almost everything, analyze politics and sometimes never actually drink coffee! Some other times, coffee leads to wine or and then to “meze” and then…anything can happen! So, coffee break is about relaxing, socializing and spent meaningful time with friends or colleagues. “Coffee culture” is very appreciated in Greece! There are many coffee shops to enjoy your break in Athens. High quality coffee, exceptional…

It’s the 2nd of February today and Christianity celebrates Candlemas! But my world, celebrates Suzette, the most perfect orange crepe ! You are probably wondering what came to me and suddenly Christianity is a subject for today’s post, but whoever knows me already sees behind the lines! I know very little about Christian habits and celebrations (I prefer astrophysics). Moreover, some of you already know how ridiculous I believe is the fact that every day of the year is dedicated to something, anything! Important Notice! Nothing ridiculous about the days that serve social and health purposes in order to support people in need! But, let’s avoid being extremely serious and come back to the main subject here – The Crepe!!! Today not only Christianity but the whole world should be celebrating the one and only French Crepe! Yeah! Clap your hands in the air!! But how on earth…