Mediterranean

Keto Choco

Keto Choco Sampita – Augmented version of pure pleasure

Keto Choco Sampita is so much more than just a twist to already successful recipe. It’s the ultimate perfection when it comes to gastronomic pleasure. And, yes, Keto cake should be pleasurable and it should be enjoyed from the process of creation to the very first bite. Things are simple, […]

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Keto Melitzanopita – Greek feta and eggplant quiche

Keto Melitzanopita literally tasted like dessert but it never meant to be a dessert! The Greek name of this vegetable actually refers to being sweet as honey. Well, it’s a savoury and salty quiche and I created it out of curiosity. This project ended up very tasty so it had […]

Cornelian cherry

Cornelian Cherry – The forgotten elixir of ancient forest

Cornelian cherry is almost a deity in Eastern European stories and myths. From the times when ancient people were discovering healing potentials of certain foods, this magic tree has been used from root to fruits. I don’t know why it got the suffix “cherry” English, but I assure you, it’s […]

Swirly Keto Pie

Swirly Keto Pie – A simple artisan project

Swirly Keto Pie pie was just one of those experiments when you want to make things simpler. in Keto baking, recipes sometimes call for ingredients that want to emulate the gluten and starch effect, but in most cases, these ingredients are not quite healthy. even if they are healthy, such […]

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Keto Tikvara (Kolokithopita) – A pie that tells fairytales

Keto Tikvara is a magical ketonisation of a medieval recipe from Bosnia and Herzegovina. You will not believe how great is the land, mountains, rivers, lakes, history, resources, people and food in this country! Long before the Ottoman Empire conquered the medieval kingdom of Bosnia, people were using buckwheat and […]

Carnivore Moussaka

Carnivore Moussaka – Let it be Greek to you

Carnivore Moussaka anyone? How about this crazy but delicious idea! I was just talking to my butcher about slicing the veal very thin for Viener schnitzel when the idea came to me. Instead of layers of zucchini, eggplant and tomato, why don’t I try to make a Carnivore Moussaka? I […]

Ancient Greek bread was worshipped almost like a holy grail! Well, literally, in ancient Greece, there were competitions and prizes, poems and stories about bakers who would make best, tastiest and richest bread. It was considered as a work of art, so naturally, it was offered to their Olympian Gods on special holidays.

Ancient Greek bread – A low-carb version

Ancient Greek bread was worshipped almost like a holy grail! Well, literally, in ancient Greece, there were competitions and prizes, poems and stories about bakers who would make best, tastiest and richest bread. It was considered as a work of art, so naturally, it was offered to their Olympian Gods on special holidays.