The lentil is probably the most common and best known of all the edible legumes, together with dry beans and chickpeas.
In English speaking countries it is known as Maize. In Greek it is officially called “aravositos”, which means “The Arabs’ Wheat”.
Fruit of the vine. A climbing plant with a prominent presence both in ecclesiastical tradition as well as in antiquity.
Capital of Messenia and port of southern mainland Greece, Kalamata is a magical holiday destination that combines everything one wants from their holidays.
No other vegetable is used more than the tomato. Some will call it ordinary. Truth is, it is invaluable!
In spring asparagus are at their best, allowing us to enjoy them fresh, as offered by the Greek soil. Some call them the aristocrats of vegetables.