A festive card

With warmest wishes to all my readers and loyal followers, whether celebrating the Winter Solstice, Christmas, Hanukkah or any other rite, ritual or feast. Thank you for dropping by and for commenting.



For those of you who have joined the blog recently, last year I wrote a post about celebrating Christmas in Greece. You can read about it here. You can also find a recipe for the delicious butter cookies we call kourabiedes (κουραμπιέδες) here. Enjoy!

53 thoughts on “A festive card”

    1. May I pompously point out that a svingos is a round dumpling and the dipla is a flat piece of dough rolled up. TOTALLY different 😱😱😱Best wishes to you and family too! 🎄🎁🎉


  1. You will hate me for admitting I first ‘went back to you’ because of your choice of a very elegant logo! Somehow it spoke to me!! ! Still does but in a wholly different way . . . thanks for being there . ., . May December be heart warming and the New Year bring wonderful things for which at the moment we dare not dream . . .

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    1. Of course I don’t hate you! We’re bombarded with so much information on the web that something has to attract our attention, there’s no way we can read everything. I’m very happy we are following each other, though! Best wishes🎁💕🎄


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