Preparations for The Greek Easter are very important. There are many local customs associated with Easter in Greece.
Flags are still at half-mask in Greece as people wait in anticipation. Half way through the morning the church doors are banged open and the candle holders are shaken in recognition that Christ is no longer in his grave.
In Greece it is a tradition to make these on the Saturday before The Big Week. On The 7th April it is The Name Day Celebration For Lazaros….
There are so many different recipes out there for traditional Greek Easter biscuits.
However, this is one I have been using for many years, tried and tested and given to me by a friend.
Events for April …more to add….
Happy Easter to us
On behalf of all those that attended the annual Easter Tea, Fun & Games in the grounds of The Catholic Church in Kos we would like to thank Kerri Wright & Monica Hoglund-Meri and their Merry Crew for organising this event. An event that The British girls have ensured has carried on since the first one 14 years ago!
Picture this…You have a houseful of joyful kids (possibly running riot) whilst you are in the kitchen with the frappe maker, trying to remember who takes sugar and milk. You’ve forgotten to make ice, and you don’t have enough glasses
Painstaking job tomorrow taking out all the leaves and making sure that there are no stalks left on the olives – this reduces the bitter taste of the oil and also makes sure that the acidity is low.