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This is as Greek as it gets... Baklava... or, if you would like to pronounce it the Greek way: BaklavÃ¡s - with the emphasis on the last 'a'. This recipe is the real thing and just the way I make it at home here in Greece and has nothing in common with the
"This is my grandmother's old recipe for a delicious turkey roasted in lemon, orange, and tangerine juice, and stuffed with meat, roasted chestnuts, and pine nuts. An excellent recipe for everybody who loves Greek cuisine."
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You are in for a real treat when you try this, it's one of my favorite recipes for Greek baklava! it has brandy in the syrup which makes it special! You will need 3 pounds of pecans, roughly 1 pound of melted butter and whole cloves. It is not really neces
The only thing I was determined to do after having had several traditional Greek salads while in Greece was to recreate it. They look so much more simpler than those served in some restaurants in England. The recreation is a success and is similar to the o
This is a fantastic baklava recipe I created from the best of several other recipes. It makes a 9x12 pan...or you can break it into two smaller pans.
Recipe courtesy Bobby Flay
Danny Boome, Ltd 2008
Recipe courtesy Sandi Anderson
Baklava (from the Farsi for "many leaves"), a pastry perfected by royal bakers in the sultan's palace in Istanbul, consists of layers of phyllo...
Recipe courtesy Dave Lieberman