When did we get the taste for Roasting Chestnuts? December, is by turns wet, dark and extremely chilly. On some days it is all those things! No wonder we like to line up warming treats to keep the cold away. Buying roasted chestnuts from a street vendor are a seasonal favourite. Vendors […]Read More
One of the must dos when you come to Cyprus is to experience a mezze – the meal that you need to bring a good appetite for, as it can last a good couple of of hours and consists of many, many dishes! The lovely thing about a mezze is that there is something for […]Read More
What is Commandaria? First-time visitors to Cyprus will eventually be introduced to Commandaria. So what is it? Commandaria is an amber-coloured, sweet, dessert wine exclusively made in the Commandaria region on the foothills of the Troodos mountains. Using sun-dried Xynisteri and Mavro grapes the wine-making process t...Read More
Tsipoura is otherwise known as Gilt Head Bream Tsipoura is the second of the Mediterranean fish that I would like to introduce. In the UK we don’t serve a similar fish with which to compare this beauty. And yes I do believe that this fish is a thing of beauty. I’ve been scuba diving and […]Read More
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