Sausage Rolls with Bronwyn – Marrickville

“We are an extremely close community. A lot of people say what we have is fairly unusual. A lot of us are family to each other, I think. Because a lot of people are not from Sydney. The strange thing is a lot of us got to know each other when we all had kids. […]

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Kolokithopita with Milka – Kos, Greece

“I don’t like to repeat myself. I am always using different materials and techniques to challenge myself”. Milka is an impressionist artist; through her work, she seeks to recall textures and corners of objects. Citing transparent materials among her favourite mediums to work with, and lamps as her favourite objects to create, much of Milka’s […]

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Baklavathaki by Mr Dimitris – Pastry Chef at Kos Patisserie

In Greek, to give extra emphasis to a person, or an object as being small, cute or to symbolise affection, a diminutive is added to the end of the word. In this context, one of the most popular diminutives is ‘aki’. For example; Souvlaki (a word that transcends many languages), Kafethaki (little coffee), Filaki (little […]

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Tiropites with Mrs Eirini in Kos, Greece

The aroma of pastry in the oven stimulates significant memories for Eirini; those of her grandmother. Growing up in the same house as her grandmother, Eirini spent much time watching her make bread and pastries for the family. As a young adult, Eirini day-dreamed of having a family of her own, who would arrive home […]

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