The weekend is here again which means another baking session. I’ve gone Greek today and have made a Μπουγάτσα (Bougatsa), typically served at breakfast in Greece. Continue reading
I’ve been in the kitchen this week. Yesterday I made my own home made Bougatsa (Μπουγάτσα).
Instead of writing a blog about my final night in my student house in Cheltenham, I shall point you in the direction of (soon to be former) housemate Zoe Fell’s blog, which sums it up perfectly.
It’s my final weekend in Cheltenham. On Sunday, I move out of my student house, after finishing my 3 years at university.
Christmas 2011 has now finished – New Year coming up next, and then things will (slowly) start getting back to normal.
Its been an interesting week this week – the February half term, meaning I had a week off college.
I attempted cooking a Greek meal on Tuesday! It was basically, meatballs in tomato sauce: «Κεφτεδάκια με Σάλτσα» is the Greek name.
As regular readers of this blog may know, I attend a Greek class on a Friday afternoon. From these classes, a group of locals all with interests in Greece and the Greek language recently got together to form a “Greek… Continue reading
One of the places I spent a lot of time at was the accommodation for the holiday: Norma’s Village, in Panormos (Πάνορμος).
I am a fan of small villages in Greece, because they usually have fewer tourists and fewer shops. Such a place is accessible from Kalymnos by boat – regular ones run every day from 8am until 12 midnight to this… Continue reading