The Traditional Greek Kolatsio Greeks love their bread, marmalade, pastries, cheeses of all sorts, and baked goods for breakfast. Washing it down with strong coffee or a glass of milk, depending on the age, makes them ready for anything! There’s a wide variety of Greek breakfast foods. No single one holds the title of ‘national’[…]
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Cinque’s Member Plus
Cinque’s Plus Member Our way to say thank you! We want to thank you for the love and trust you show us! It would be our pleasure to include you as a member of Cinque Plus which offers you every Monday unique benefits! Privilegies As a member, you can visit Cinque Wine & Delights –[…]
Cinque’s Game The best game for all the wine lovers! Our passion for the wine always motivates us to give more happiness and joy to the #winelover – s!This idea was born long ago but now is ready to be announced! Ready for downloading Cinque’s wine game is on!Get to our vineyard, cultivate grapes, irrigate, and harvest them.Available for download[…]
Cinque’s Application Our new application is now on! A new – easy to use – application, which you can download on all android smartphones, and through which you can make your online reservation at the Cinque of your choice (Monastiraki, Psirri, Marousi), be the first to be informed about all upcoming events, as well as[…]
Melomakarona: A symbolic treat for the fallen heroes of ancient Greece
Melomakarona: A symbolic treat for the fallen heroes of ancient Greece. Melomakarona have their own history, as well as etymologically speaking, its name purely originates from ancient Greece. The Greek dictionaries refer to “macaroni” where it comes from the medieval Greek word, “makaronia (ma – ka – roh – NEE – a)”. It was about[…]
The distant history of pasta in ancient Greece
The distant history of pasta in ancient Greece Chylopites, macaroni, couscousaki, barley, trachanas in various variations… Pasta has always been the main choice in the Greek diet for daily or Sunday dinners. Made with pure ingredients (milk, wheat, eggs), covered with red or white sauce, “topped” with plenty of cheese, it blends perfectly with seafood[…]
The history and tradition of meze in Greece
The history and tradition of meze in Greece According to the researchers’ records, the politikos meze is a thoroughly romaic and masculine invention. The name has Persian roots, but the philosophy of the meze is politiki (from the city of Constantinople). Late every afternoon, hundreds of Romioi returning from their work would get off the[…]
The household utensils of the ancient kitchens
The household utensils of the ancient kitchens All the culinary culture that our ancient ancestors had developed was accompanied by a range of cooking utensils, so that they could cook their food as best and most comfortably as possible. Here are some of the most basic utensils and a little bit of their history. Cup[…]
A wine for a scholarship!
A wine for a scholarship for The American Farm School of Thessaloniki The idea of “A wine for a scholarship” was born in the middle of the quarantine period because we could not raise the money for a scholarship, for a student of the American Farm School, in a different way.The idea depends on the[…]
November 1st is Xinomavro Day!
November 1st is Xinomavro Day! Sure, there are hundreds if not thousands of wine grapes out there, and they’re all unique in a way. Some, though, are truly extraordinary. November 1st is Xinomavro Day, and it’s an authentic celebration of one of the most robust and sophisticated red grapes in the Greek repertoire. The word[…]