Τρίτη, 21 Φεβρουαρίου 2012

Cooking .....

Last Saturday I cooked pastitsio  for lunch .... It likes to all my family ....
But it takes about one hour to cook .....
And many  -many  utensils for cleaning ...

But look the result ....Really it was yummy !!!






Once piece for me but the men ate two or three pieces each ....

And these wild herbs I pick up from our garden . !!!

                                                       For dinner I had  only   three pieces ......
                                          Another time I 'll cook mussaca ....one of  our ethnic plate !!!
                                                                 Have a nice week !!!!


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  1. The green stuff you picked from your garden is dandelion (we call it "cicorie selvatiche" in Italian-wild chicory) and I love it! I sometimes pick it from my garden and cook it, but in Italy you buy it in large quantities from greengrocers. I can eat stucks of it! It's delicious!

    CIAO!

    ANNA

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    1. You have right !!! I looked to my very old dictionary (from copyright 1964 !!!!!)and yes , they are dandelion !!!! Thank you Anna, I add a new word to my poor English !! We eat only from my garden because we are not use manure ? ( Is this correct?) Only compost which we make alone ..
      Good Day ,Olympia

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  2. This is one of my family's favourite meals. My son loves it and I often cook it for our family dinner when we come together every two weeks. Your cooking looks delicious! It was interesting to read about the wild herbs. When Anna said they are dandelions, it was a surprise. I have been pulling them out of my garden yesterday and put them in the waste bin! Next time I should keep them. Perhaps you can tell us how to cook them.

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  3. That looks very delicious! I have heard of it but never tried it. I have just googled the recipe because who knows... I am looking forward to your moussaka!!! Thanks for your comment! No I did not buy anything I was so busy taking the photographs that I forgot... a reason to go back! x Christa

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  4. Looks delicious!!!
    I've never seen the "pastitsio." It's made of short pasta, isn't it?
    One hour cook!!! you must be a good cooker:)

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  5. Yummy! That pastitsio looks fabulous! The herbs sound wonderful, too.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  6. Hi lovely lady.
    This looks so Yummy and the herbs you put in sounds wonderful.
    I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my Tablescape.
    Im your newest follow on your linky now.
    I hope you have a wonderful week with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  7. I would have eaten at least 2! Show us the recipe and for musacca too! Love!

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  8. Hi, Olympia.
    Thank you for showing me the pastitsio recipe!!!
    All ingredients on the site can be prepared even in Japan.
    I'm very excited and will definitely try:)

    Have a nice day:)

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  9. Thank you Olympia,
    This pastitsio looks divine.. I have never tasted it. another nice recipe to add to my recipe list.
    I love greek cooking.
    Have a good day..
    val

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  10. Hello Olympia!
    When I commented about your pastitsio, I got it mixed with pasticcio. They look very like each other. Now I will try making your recipe for pastitsio. I can find the recipe from Keity's blog:)
    Hugs from Betty

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  11. Hello Olympia! I came over for a visit from Cotton Peony and so glad I did! Your dish of pastitsia looks like something we would enjoy very much. The greens are very similar to wild greens my Dad used to pick. In the springtime he believed eating them would improve our health. I hated them as a kid, but love them now! Come visit me in Arkansas on Granny Mountain...
    Joycee

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  12. I hope you and your family are well.
    Love, from Betty

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  13. Hi, Olympia!
    I tried to make pastitsio. It was sooooo yummy!!! My sons were excited to eat it!
    I posted how to cook it on my Japanese blog ( http://ameblo.jp/k-tski/entry-11190332619.html) to tell my friends this delicious Greek dish:)
    Thank you, again.
    Have a nice day!

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