Greece has a tradition in fishery since ancient times. If you take a look of Greece οn the map you will see thousands of kilometres of coastline and only our Northern borders are not surrounded by sea but even there, fishery was part of their occupation as they would fish in lakes and rivers. …
Pickled vineyard shoots, also known as “ampelokorfades or ampelovlastara toursi” in Greek cuisine, are a traditional Mediterranean delicacy made from the young shoots or tendrils of grapevines.
After making the pickled cherries I started using them in various recipes. These recipes can be turned into a four course meal.
Glyko Karpouzi is a fruit preserve made with the rind of the watermelon (karpouzi in Greek pronounced Glee-KHO kar-POU-zee), so whenever you get a thick skinned watermelon, you can use the rind to make this sweet fruit preserve.