I’ve been really busy the past days since the book has been published as there are so many things to do for the promotion of the book, answering e-mails, trying to catch up with your posts, baking and cooking. I have found out today when I got my first sales report, that the book has…
On Sunday, before leaving Cyprus, we visited the church of Aghios Antonios, which is in the ex Turkish section of Limassol. It was the name day of Aghios Antonios (Saint Anthony), so there was also a panigyri outside the church, where I had the opportunity to find various products which I have not eaten for many years.
Zalatina, as it is called in Cyprus, or pichti in Greece, is a traditional delicacy, served as an appetizer, originally made from the head and trotters of the pig, which create a gel when it sets.