Christmas is the most important feast of Christianity after Easter. Throughout the centuries Christmas
also has been linked closely to traditional Greek cooking. All sweet shops decorate
their windows with mounds of
Kourabiedes (Holiday Butter Cookies)
Melomakarona (New Year Cookies). An aroma fills the
air of every home kitchen where women make
Roast Lamb with Potatoes and the
Savory Turkey stuffed with chestnuts and pine nuts.
We have collected for you some Christmas recipes to help you organize the Christmas menu. Try to select the most fresh ingredients!
Remember that a fresh Turkey can be recognized by the following:
Choose a seasonal salad. You can easily prepare a vegetable soup out of the Turkey's broth. Just boil the
Turkey and don't waste the broth. Use it for cooking the soup.
The chest has to be long and broad, the skin shiny and stretched.
The legs should be fat, full of meat.
If you press the meat it should be soft and the legs shiny