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Sharing the essence of a good Greek coffee with Australians

Oasis Coffee, a household name for pulverised Greek coffee amongst Greek Australians since the late 1960s is branching out to other cultures in Australia, inviting them to explore the characteristic …

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‘Baraki’ dream comes alive for this duo at Adelaide’s Central Market

“Once I got here, it took half an hour for me to decide,” Alex says from inside the Kangaroo Island stall in Adelaide’s Central Market. Alex was in property for …

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Greeks take home coveted blue ribbons at Melbourne Royal Show

2022’s Melbourne Royal Show has just come to an end but not without a run of recognition for members of our Greek community. Formerly known as the Royal Melbourne Show …

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Loukaniko wins top spot at Australian Charcuterie awards

Andrew Vourvahakis’s authentic Greek loukaniko has won the Champion Award for best sausage in the country at the inaugural Australian Charcuterie Excellence awards hosted by the Australian Meat Industry Council …

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Ella Mitta’s traditional food journey from Greece to Turkey and… home

A heartfelt journey of lived-in knowledge encompassing food, culture and belonging, Ella Mitta’s debut cookbook Ela! Ela! – To Turkey and Greece, Then Home brings to the table the stories …

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Tasmania – Greek ouzo finds a home

“My late father John Koumos ran the family winery and distillery on Lipsi in the Dodecanese during the mid to late 40’s, he exported their mark across Greece and Europe.” …

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Three Greek restaurants named in The Daily Telegraph top 100 eateries

Aegean cuisine inspired Topikos in Sydney’s CBD was included as number 62 in the delicious.100 released by Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph last week. Topikos, managed by the Point Group, is …

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Avramides’ Sydney restaurant wins People’s Choice Award of delicious.100

Randwick bistro Clove Lane owned by Emile Avramides has won the People’s Choice Award in the delicious 100 list for New South Wales which incorporates the most “exciting, innovative, generous …

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From Smyrna to Thessaloniki – In praise of Eftychia and her ‘Fanos tis Polis’ restaurant

When you travel you have many experiences, opening up and challenging your senses. Some of these are well-known but are experienced for the first time. But I think the best …

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On the search for the ultimate loukoumades

Yiayia is offering to quickly whip up some Loukoumades. Impossible to say no. Ancient Greek literature, specifically The Vigil by poet Kallimachus wrote that these quasi-donuts then known as honey …

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