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Christmas in Greece


Christmas in Greece

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Greek Christmas boat

Pecan Balls (Christmas Cookies)

In Greece, the Christmas fast is broken on Christmas Eve with Christopsomo, or the "bread of Christ." This round loaf draws its distinctive licorice-like flavor from mastic gum, the dried resin of a Mediterranean tree. After the dough rises, it is coiled into a snail shape; then the dough, sprinkled with sesame seeds, puffs into a dome when baked. Martha Stewart Living senior food editor Christine Albano based this recipe on her grandmother's. Some families decorate the bread with strips of d...

Christopsomo, Recipe from Martha Stewart Living, December 2009

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Roast Suckling pig Is a Christmas tradition

Vasilopita - New Year's Day Cake

Cookies for the neighbors. Christmas cookie recipes.

Melomakarona...a delicious Greek biscuit

MELOMAKARONA, honey soaked cookie

Diples are great..

Diples (Δίπλες) - Kalofagas - Greek Food & Beyond

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Melos - Honey-Drenched Spice Cookie My mother Voula's favorite!

Christopsomo, christmas bread served in the Greek Orthodox tradition

Peter Reinhart's Greek Celebration Bread (Christmas/Easter). Maybe for Easter?

Greek Celebration Bread – Christopsomos | Brown Eyed Baker

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Kourambiedes-Greek Christmas and Wedding Cookies

Italian Wedding Cookies- aka Greek Christmas cookies

Greek Easter/Christmas biscuits - Kourabiedes

Kourabiedes - Walnut Sugar Cookies – recipe to honor Greece’s Declaration of Independence on March 25, 1821.

Greek Christmas Bread

V e g a n D a d: Greek Christmas Bread

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Vasilopita Greek New Years Bread

New Year’s Cake (Vasilopita)

In Greece, the Christmas fast is broken on Christmas Eve with Christopsomo, or the "bread of Christ." This round loaf draws its distinctive licorice-like flavor from mastic gum, the dried resin of a Mediterranean tree. After the dough rises, it is coiled into a snail shape; then the dough, sprinkled with sesame seeds, puffs into a dome when baked. Martha Stewart Living senior food editor Christine Albano based this recipe on her grandmother's. Some families decorate the bread with strips of d...

Christopsomo Recipe | Martha Stewart

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