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Spetsofai! Sausage-colorful peppers!Litsa

Written by Litsa Bolontzakis. Posted in Meze, Recipes, Sides


Spetsofa
i is a delicious Meze from Pillion, a mountainous region of Greece.

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Spetsofai Litsa!

It’s very confusing, Spetses is an island and this recipe is named after the island of Spetses but the origin of the recipe is from the mountains of Pillion. Figure it out…..

In any case, I love this recipe and is one of my favorite sausage recipes.

Very colorful indeed, peppers in all the colors enhance the appearance of this great Meze….

Great as a Maine with rice or homemade French fries, or a perfect meze with nice red wine….And good bread….

Aren’t picnics romantic?

Written by Litsa Bolontzakis. Posted in My thoughts

I like picnics very much and think they’re very romantic, especially if you can enjoy your picnic by the water. They’re a wonderful way to spend a beautiful summer’s day with the one you love!

With a little preparation ahead of time, you can pull together a nice, romantic picnic with little effort.

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