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Most of our recipes have been passed down to us from the amazing cooks in our family: our parents, our grandparents and our aunties and uncles. They are the dishes that we have eaten through our childhood and they are the dishes that we now cook for our own families. For us, these recipes are more than just a list of ingredients and steps. Our recipes are a collection of nostalgic memories, experiences and stories. They represent our journey and we want to share them with you.
All our recipes are converted. That means our recipes have been written in a style which is appropriate for modern thermal cooking machines.
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So many of our family traditions start with food. It is the heart and soul of every Greek family. If we don’t learn how to cook our family recipes then they will be lost forever. We have shared our family recipes with you to enjoy. If you have any questions about how to alter our recipes to suit your own style of cooking then please send us a message. We would love to hear from you.
The food that we cook is influenced by many different cultures including Egyptian, Lebanese, Arabic, Spanish and Italian. We also cook normal everyday “Aussie” food for our families and we like to cook food from scratch.
Our food is also “converted” to suit special dietary requirements for the people in our family. That includes some dairy free, gluten free, nut free and paleo recipes. During nestia (fasting periods) we eat vegetarian food and on special days we eat vegan food.
“I want to create something that sparks a memory not just for me but for people who are trying the recipe. I want it to remind you of your mums or yiayias (grandmothers) cooking or a visit to Greece, or a friend you use to visit that made these foods. I want you to have the excitement that I have for these recipes, be absolutely hyped about making them and sharing them with family and friends.”