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Tuesday, 17 April 2012



Oh, good I was hoping you would get to some form of skordalia. Question: How would you say the "feta" cheese you had compares to that which is commonly available in supermarkets here in the USA? Is it close..or a different animal?

Also wanted to say nice pick of the grape vines with the tractor.. what do you think might be the grove of trees in the background? If they were olive trees that would be sweet


Hi Grey - For typical store's not even in the same league. But you need to consider, even in a typical market in Greece, there are at least 4-5 diffeent types of "feta" available. Those were olive trees in the background...tis was the wine and olive oil region of Crete.


that looked like a great adventure!


Hi Kat - We had a fun time.

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