History of Greek Food

The Language of Taste

805 entries from Alpha  to Omega…

From avarsamos (spearmint) to otia* (ear-shaped fried dough)…

The Language of Taste,

a dictionary (in Gr.) of the history and culture of  Greek food.

It covers the many aspects of Greek gastronomy,  from ingredients, regional dishes, historical recipes and cooking methods to customs, traditions, table manners, influences outside Greece and much more.

My book…

It will be published next week by Aspri Mera.

*Otia starts with omega, the last letter of the Greek alphabet.

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5 thoughts on “The Language of Taste

  1. Vita

    Καλή επιτυχία κ. Καβρουλάκη. Σίγουρα θα το αναζητήσουμε το βιβλίο σας!

  2. admin Post author

    Mάγδα, σ’ευχαριστώ μέσα από την καρδιά μου!

    Peter, thank you so much! I still can’t believe it’s done!

  3. Peter

    Marianna, you kept this secret under wraps very well. I look forward to getting the book and best wishes on it’s sales!

  4. My Little Expat Kitchen

    Μαριάνα συγχαρητήρια! Φαίνεται εξαιρετικά ενδιαφέρον το βιβλίο σου. Εύχομαι να έχει μεγάλη επιτυχία!
    Όταν έρθω Ελλάδα θα το ψάξω.

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