Tag Archive: The taste of Karamanlidika

Ta Karamanlidika tou Fani – The Workshop: Deli Dynasty

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Fanis’s prosfournia alone are worth the visit. The dough is made with high-quality local flour and only a small amount of yeast, and then proofed for 24 hours. The flatbreads are topped with their excellent cheeses and/or cold cuts to create a delicious result that is head and shoulders above pizza. Among our favorites is the […]

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Cappadocian Greeks / Culture / Cuisine –   WikiVisually

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These include the preparing of wind-cured meats known as pastirma Cappadocian Greeks Culture Cuisine The Cappadocian Greeks continued a number of Anatolian culinary traditions passed down since Byzantine times. These include the preparing of wind-cured meats known as #pastirma,[98][99][100] a delicacy called in Byzantine times “paston,”[101][102] along with the use of the ubiquitous Central Anatolian spinach-like […]

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Our saganaki dish at Chowzter

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Τhe tastiest fast feasts on earth by Chowzter.com «This dish is for those who love the aromatic, delicious taste of pastirma (air-dried beef with a coating of fenugreek and other spices). Its explosive taste is perfectly balanced by the light nutty flavor of bulgur wheat. It is served in Karamanlidika of Phanis, a charcuterie & fromagerie […]

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