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Riz Din

Ah, what a nice post, the romanticised visions checked by an awareness of the realities.

House land packages

Using small fishes food jars to store herbs and spices buying in bulk. Stack easily, too, and constantly making a food for it. Putting also some ingredients for the fishes in a large container. Putting too a couple of bay leaves in to keep the bugs out.

my little expat kitchen

What a beautiful homage to fishermen.
I am Greek and I have been to Volos many times. The ouzeries there are among the best in Greece because they serve not ouzo but tsipouro, another Greek spirit which is much stronger than ouzo. I hope you got the chance to taste it, along with some fish.
Magda

Jenny @ Musings & Morsels

Just wanted to say I love the way you can capture the essence of the local people by simply stringing a few sentences and a single shot. Brilliant.

Building a House

Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after. All fishermen are liars, it's an occupational disease with them like housemaid's knee or editor's ulcers.

walgreens photo

Thank you for creating this web site! I am so happy to be able to watch the progress of this restoration. I am filled with admiration for what you are doing! Best of luck with your work.

Car transport

They eat the dainty food of famous chefs with the same pleasure with which they devour gross peasant dishes, mostly composed of garlic and tomatoes, or fisherman's octopus and shrimps, fried in heavily scented olive oil on a little deserted beach.

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