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Sweet Hospitality - Greek Spoon Sweets - Greek Food - About.com
Symbols of hospitality, spoon sweets are a traditional offering to guests. Similar to preserves, but more syrupy, many spoon sweets are also used as a topping for ...
Recipes for Traditional Greek Spoon Sweets - Greek Preserves
Spoon sweets are made with fruit and vegetables, cooked with sugar to create a syrup. Because they are so sweet, they are served by the spoonful, hence the ...
Do You Crave Sugar When You're Not Even Hungry? - Nutrition
I'll have a nice salad with greens, salmon pieces, and vegetables on it, then a few minutes later I'll want something sweet. I usually eat nutritious foods most of ...
Nutcracker Ballet - Land of Sweets in The Nutcracker Ballet - Dance
In the second act of The Nutcracker Ballet, Clara and the prince arrive at the Land of Sweets.
Six Easy Sweet Greek Treats - Recipes - Greek Food - About.com
There are many wonderful Greek sweets and many easy recipes, but these are the easiest. They make wonderful gifts, or to serve to guest or satisfy a sweet ...
Greek Holiday Sweets and Desserts Photo Gallery - Greek Food
Greek Christmas and New Year's are celebrated with sweets. Enjoy these photos of holiday season cookies, cakes, pastries, and more, with links to recipes.
Spanish Desserts - Spanish Christmas Sweets - Spanish Food
Christmas time in Spain is heaven for those of you with a sweet tooth! Learn to prepare these Spanish Christmas desserts, found in almost every household: ...
Spanish Desserts & Sweets - Spanish Food - About.com
Fardelejos come from the Rioja region in Northern Spain, particularly from the town of Arnedo. They are small fried pastries, filled with sweet ground almond ...
Cherry Spoon Sweet - Greek Food - About.com
Traditional Greek spoon sweet (preserves) made with fresh cherries. A delightful small sweet to offer guests. Serve with cold water.
Traditional Greek Orange Peel Spoon Sweet Recipe - Syrupy ...
Serve this delightful sweet of orange peel in syrup in the traditional way - by the spoonful - and it goes wonderfully well with chocolate! Few ingredients.