AMORGOS, the easternmost island of the Greek Cyclades is a stunner,
with whitewashed houses, trestled alleyways and fiery rust sunsets ...
Kevin Raub in New York Post, 2010

Posts tagged with ‘Fava’

  • Clean eating on Amorgos

    By nicola on October 27, 2013
    Clean food everywhere and for everybody was self-evident on Amorgos quite recently. And it is still there!
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  • Greek dishes easy to cook

    By Editor on June 1, 2011
    Michael Jagd, a journalist from Denmark presents his Amorgos video: Fava croquettes and Horta to cook at home
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  • Local Amorgian Products and Food

    By Editor on October 15, 2010
    See the snapshot-interview of Ioanni Loudaros from Katapola who tells us something about  local products and food from Amorgos. Ioannis also runs a shop in Katapola, with typical Amorgian products, like Psimeni, Pastelli, Fava, Herbs, Soaps, and much more. His psimeni (Amorgaia) is based on the original recipe of his grandmother Demosthenia. The ingredencies include alcohol distilled from grapes known as […]
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  • A Greek Food Favorite: Fava

    By Editor on July 15, 2010
    Amorgos has nearly 1900 residents. Most live either in the main town Chora in the mountains or in the ports or Aegiali Katapola. The inhabitants of the latter two villages hate each other cordially, between them is a red-hot competition that just like to have to spice up everyday life on a small island in the sea. We stay in […]
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