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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
May 28, 2014 ... All of my family likes sweets, and I've tried to avoid them. If I do eat sweets, I usually will have some dates or a Clif Bar, but sometimes I'll just eat ...
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.
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 ...
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.
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.
Nutcracker Ballet - Land of Sweets in The Nutcracker Ballet - Dance
There were trees laden with sweets, and a gleaming palace built out of jelly beans with a shiny white roof made of sugar icing. A sugar plum fairy arrived to greet ...
Spoon Sweet Seasons - Greek Food - About.com
Seasonal cooking is a basic element of Greek cooking, and spoon sweets ( syrupy preserves) are no exception. Some fruits, vegetables, and nuts need to be ...
Recipes for Greek Desserts, Pastries, and Sweets - Greek Food
It is possible to eat fabulous Greek sweets during Lent and other periods of " fasting" (as it's called in Greek) while keeping with the Greek Orthodox dietary ...