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#19365 Melomakarona - Recipe for (Greek Christmas Honey Cookies)

Posted by Jen on 18 November 2016 - 02:34 PM

Melomakarona - Recipe for (Greek Christmas Honey Cookies) 

 

 

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  • Ingredients:
  • 1 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 2 oranges, juiced
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 tablespoon ouzo liqueur
  • 3 cups self-raising flour
  • 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 1/3 cups walnuts, finely chopped

Syrup

  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 4 cloves
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced
 
  • Method:
  • Preheat oven to 180°C. Line 2 flat baking trays with baking paper.
  • Using an electric mixer, beat oil, sugar, 1/2 cup orange juice and 2 tablespoons lemon juice on high speed for 10 minutes or until thick and creamy (see tip). Add egg yolk and ouzo. Beat for 5 minutes. Sift flour and 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon over oil mixture. Fold gently to combine (mixture should be a light, doughy texture).
  •  
  • Using hands, roll tablespoons mixture into oval shapes. Place on prepared trays. Bake for 25 minutes or until firm to touch. Allow to cool on trays.
  •  
  • Make syrup Combine ingredients in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until sugar has dissolved. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium-low. Simmer for 4 minutes or until syrup thickens slightly.
  •  
  • Using a slotted spoon, dip cooled biscuits, 1 at a time, into hot syrup for about 30 seconds, turning over often until well coated. Return to trays. Combine walnuts and remaining ground cinnamon. Sprinkle over biscuits. Allow to cool. Serve and enjoy  :) 

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#17955 Should the children of migrants go to Greek schools?

Posted by admin on 26 September 2016 - 05:56 PM

Children should go to school, period. If those migrants are planning to stay in Greece then their kids should go to Greek schools and get an education as every other child in Greece. If they're planning to eventually move elsewhere in Europe then "special" schools should be setup for them to provide them with an education in the interim, and while they're waiting to be forwarded to a different European country.

 

It's to the benefit of everyone involved to educate these kids. It would be a shame and a crime to leave them without an education.


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#9276 Lessons in Greek

Posted by ajaxmonkey on 02 June 2016 - 11:40 PM

That sounds about right. Greek "Teachers" tend to pontificate. The concept of learning by doing is not very popular in Greece. And that applies not only to teaching languages.


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#8406 Would you move to Greece?

Posted by FriendofGreece on 04 April 2016 - 04:20 PM

http://theconversati...-recovery-57137

 

"Yet far worse for the Greek economy is how its own people are looking to leave in search of economic security. Since the beginning of the crisis, at least 250,000 young professionals are reported to have left the country, with some reports putting the estimate even higher. They do not use the illegal trails to leave, but their EU passport.

These professionals are skillful, highly educated and internationally marketable, making it easier for them to migrate. But they also are the very resource that is required for the resurrection of Greece’s economy. They are needed to build the high growth exporting businesses that are meant to drive growth and pull the country out if its slump."

 

 

http://www.cnbc.com/...rain-drain.html

 

Big words from a 22-year old:

 

" "I don't ever want to go back to Greece," Nefeli admits."

 

 

Going back home:

 

http://www.ekathimer...-wracked-greece

 

"Filippeou still maintains her foreign contacts and younger architects often ask her whether there’s a future in Greece for them. “I am bothered by the idea that good minds stay away and can only do well elsewhere,” she says. “Motives need to be given to people from all fields to return and bring back the knowledge they have gained.” "


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#838 An old Holocaust secret newly told

Posted by PatrickT on 17 April 2015 - 05:11 PM

Why post this? I mean what conclusion do you want?

 

I just read an article about the space shuttle main engine but do not post it here. 


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#8167 Would you move to Greece?

Posted by admin on 23 March 2016 - 06:16 PM

Possibly. That's why I said "depending on what things will look like at the time".  :D


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#655 Donating To The Wrong People

Posted by admin on 14 April 2015 - 06:40 PM

We're moving into our new house this week so we've been donating a lot of stuff over the past few days, from clothes and dishes and pans to big screen TVs, couches, fire pits, loungers etc.

 

The idea behind giving away most of our stuff for free was firstly because my wife's been picky and wants to go to the new house with as little as possible and then buy new pieces where needed, and also it was a good opportunity to declutter and get rid of old stuff we barely ever use anymore. In between some junk we gave away some pretty valuable stuff like older leather couches (still in excellent shape), older plasma big screen TVs, dishes and utensils etc.

 

When I posted those ads in Kijiji for people to pick up these stuff for free I was expecting to see people in need coming in to pick those stuff up. Single mothers, people out of work or out of luck needing to rebuild their lives etc.

 

Instead I saw people coming in driving brand new minivans or brand new trucks and SUVs picking up all this free stuff. At some point I was seriously thinking to put a stop to this and start being more selective on who I'd donate this stuff to, but then we're in a rush to move out of our house so there's no time for being picky. But seriously, in a couple of situations I was really ready to tell some of those people to fuck off and let people in real need come pick up these stuff. This has been a surreal experience. I wasn't expecting to see this. I though that it would be nice to give away these stuff for free to some people in need and at the end of the day we just made some comfortable asshols even more comfortable with our free stuff.

 


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#5591 220 τούρκικες λέξεις που χρησιμοποιούμε καθημερινά

Posted by admin on 02 November 2015 - 01:35 AM

Καθημερινά χρησιμοποιούμε πολλές δεκάδες λέξεις οι οποίες είναι τουρκικές και έχουν παρεισφρύσει στη γλώσσα μας χωρίς να γνωρίζουμε την προέλευσή τους και την αντίστοιχη ελληνική έννοια.

Γράφει ο συγγραφέας Νίκος Σαραντάκος στο ιστολόγιό του sarantakos.wordpress.com για 220 Τουρκικες λέξεις που ακόμα χρησιμοποιούμε σήμερα (συνολικά χρησιμοποιούμε πολλές περισσότερες φυσικά!)

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21. Ζόρι (δυσκολία),
22. Ζουμπούλι (υάκινθος),
23. Καβγάς (φιλονικία),
24. Καβούκι (καύκαλο),
25. Καβουρδίζω (φρυγανίζω-ξεροψήνω),
26. Καζάνι (λέβητας),
27. Καΐκι (βάρκα)
28. Καλέμι (γραφίδα),
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30. Κάλπικος (κίβδηλος),
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47. Κουβαρντάς (γενναιόδωρος-ανοιχτοχέρης)
48. Κουβάς (κάδος-αγγείο),
49. Κουμπαράς (δοχείο χρημάτων),
50. Κουσούρι (ελάττωμα-μειονέκτημα),
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88. Μπατζανάκης (σύγαμπρος-συννυφάδα),
89. Μπατίρισα (πτωχεύω-χρεοκοπώ),
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102. Μπουλούκι (στίφος-άτακτο πλήθος),
103. Μπουλούκος (καλοθρεμμένος-παχουλός),
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112. Νταμπλάς (αποπληξία),
113. Νταντά (παραμάνα-τροφός),
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115. Ντελάλης (διαλαλητής),
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118. Ντιβάνι (κρεβάτι)
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120. Ντουβάρι (τοίχος),
121. Ντουλάπι (ιματιοθήκη),
122. Ντουμάνι (καταχνιά-καπνός),
123. Ντουνιάς (κόσμος-ανθρωπότητα),
124. Παζάρι (αγορά-διαπραγμάτευση),
125. Παντζάρι (κοκκινογούλι-τεύτλο),
126. Πατζούρι (παραθυρόφυλλο),
127. Παπούτσι (υπόδημα),
128. Περβάζι (πλαίσιο θυρών),
129. Πιλάφι (ρύζι),
130. Πούστης (κίναιδος-ασελγής)
131. Ραχάτι (ησυχία)
132. Ρουσφέτι (χαριστική εξυπηρέτηση),
133. Σακάτης (ανάπηρος),
134. Σαματάς (θόρυβος),
135. Σεντούκι (κιβώτιο),
136. Σέρτικο (τσουχτερό, βαρύ),
137. Σινάφι (συντεχνία, κοινωνική τάξη),
138. ΣιντριβάνιΙ(πίδακας),
139. Σιρόπι (πυκνόρρευστο διάλυμα ζάχαρης),
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142. Σόι (καταγωγή-γένος),
143. Σοκάκι (δρόμος),
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146. Σουλούπι (μορφή-σχήμα)
147. Ταβάνι (οροφή),
148. Ταμπλάς (αποπληξία-συγκοπή),
149. Ταπί (χωρίς χρήματα)
150. Ταραμάς (αυγοτάραχο),
151. Τασάκι (σταχτοδοχείο),
152. Ταχίνι (αλεσμένο σουσάμι),
153. Ταψί (μαγειρικό σκεύος),
154. Τεκές (καταγώγιο)
155. Τεμπέλης (οκνηρός-ακαμάτης),
156. Τενεκές (δοχείο),
157. Τερτίπι (τέχνασμα-απάτη),
158. Τεφαρίκι (εκλεκτό-αριστούργημα),
159. Τεφτέρι (κατάστιχο)
160. Τζάκι (παραγώνι),
161. Τζάμι (υαλοπίνακας-γυαλί),
162. Τζάμπα (δωρεάν),
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164. Τόπι (σφαίρα),
165. Τουλούμι (ασκός),
166. Τουλούμπα (αντλία),
167. Τουμπεκί (σιωπή),
168. Τράμπα (ανταλλαγή),
169. Τσαίρι (λιβάδι-βοσκοτόπι),
170. Τσακάλι (θώς),
171. Τσακίρης (γαλανομάτης),
172. Τσακμάκι (αναπτήρας),
173. Τσάντα (δερμάτινη θήκη),
174. Τσαντίρι (σκηνή),
175. Τσαπατσούλης (ανοικοκύρευτος-άτσαλος),
176. Τσάρκα (επιδρομή-περιπλάνηση),
177. Τσαντίζω (εξοργίζω-προσβάλω),
178. Τσαχπίνης (κατεργάρης-πονηρός),
179. Τσέπη (θυλάκιο)
180. Τσιγκέλι (αρπάγη-σιδερένιο άγκιστρο),
181. Τσιγκούνης (φιλάργυρος)
182. Τσιμπούκι (καπνοσύριγγα),
183. Τσιράκι (ακόλουθος),
184. Τσίσα (ούρα)
185. Τσίφτης (άψογος-ικανός) **αυτό είναι μάλλον λάθος, διότι ο τσίφτης πρέπει να πρόερχεται από τα αλβανικά· αντικαταστήστε το με το "τσιφλίκι"
186. Τσιφούτης (φιλάργυρος),
187. Τσομπάνης (βοσκός-ποιμένας)
188. Τσουβάλι (σακί),
189. Τσουλούφι (δέσμη μαλλιών),
190. Τσογλάνι (νέος)
191. Τσοπάνης (βοσκός) Υπάρχει και πιο πάνω, ας βάλω στη θέσητου το τσουρέκι να μη χαλάσει η αρίθμηση
192. Φαράσι (φτυάρι-σκουπιδολόγος),
193. Φαρσί (τέλεια-άπταιστα),
194. Φιντάνι (φυτώριο),
195. Φιστίκι (πιστάκη),
196. Φιτίλι (θρυαλλίδα),
197. Φλιτζάνι (κύπελλο),
198. Φουκαράς (κακομοίρης-άθλιος),
199. Φουντούκι (λεπτοκάρυο-λεφτόκαρο),
200. Φραντζόλα (ψωμί),
201. Χαβάς (μουσικός σκοπός)
202. Χαβούζα (δεξαμενή νερού),
203. Χάζι (ευχαρίστηση),
204. Χαλαλίζω (συγχωρώ),
205. Χάλι (άθλιο),
206. Χαλί (τάπητας),
207. Χαλκάς (κρίκος),
208. Χαμάλης (αχθοφόρος)
209. Χαμπάρια (αγγελία-νέα),
210. Χάνι (πανδοχείο),
211. Χάπι (καταπότι),
212. Χαράμι (άδικα),
213. Χαρμάνης (χασισοπότης),
214. Χαρτζιλίκι (μικρό χρηματικό ποσό),
215. Χασάπικο (κρεοπωλείο),
216. Χατίρι (χάρη),
217. Χαφιές (καταδότης),
218. Χουζούρεμα (ανάπαυση),
219. Χούι (ιδιοτροπία),
220. Χουνέρι (πάθημα-εξαπάτηση)


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#4587 solving the refugee crisis

Posted by admin on 08 October 2015 - 12:28 AM

As a society we are responsible for all human beings in need. I'm not going to go as far as saying that we're obliged to offer them halal meals and build them mosques, but we should be trying to help them any way we can and at least fulfil basic needs such as food and water, and a safe place to stay.

 

These people didn't choose to be born and raised in crazy countries, run by unreasonable nutcases. It was just the luck of the draw. They're making a conscious effort to get out of there and live a normal life. The least we can do is offer them the basic things they need to survive and help them rebuild their lives.


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#3564 Is Greece close to Grexit?

Posted by Brenda on 13 July 2015 - 02:34 AM

He's 23...God knows what he'll grow up to be.

 

Patrick...you might want to check those IP addresses again.


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#3555 Is Greece close to Grexit?

Posted by PatrickT on 12 July 2015 - 09:40 PM

Two important questions:

according to economic theories, Greece should not have joined euros.

according to european treaties, Greece should not have taken money from EU.

So, why did Germany and the other european countries agree?

I am an economist and I can answer to these questions, can you?

 

 

Political decissions done from leftist governments longe ago. But the mistakes of the past should not determine the future. 


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#3488 Is Greece close to Grexit?

Posted by Jen on 08 July 2015 - 02:33 PM

 
I realize that austerity is hard. And i realize that we demanded much from the people of greece. I also realize that we often did not show some heart and acted very cold. Thats a point i must also critisize on myself.


You cant show what you dont have.

buckle up its going to be a bumpy ride, Greece is about to shake your economy
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#345 Time Out: Let's Stop the Blame Game in Europe

Posted by PatrickT on 06 April 2015 - 06:51 PM

I find it amusing that you believe it should be our duty to throw money into a endless pit and get nothing in return.

 

Germany never forced austerity on greece. All we say is that we don´t pay any money to greece. If you want end austerity you can end it tomorrow. But don´t spend money you don´t have. 

 

Beside that we already installed a minimim wage this year which will boost internal consumption. 

 

Anyways, do you have any ideas which are not based on german tax money? 


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#3225 Is Greece close to Grexit?

Posted by PatrickT on 30 June 2015 - 09:09 PM

You are of course right. What can you expect from people who think that 500 mil Europeans have to give money to Tsipras because 10 mil Greeks vote in a referendum that they want it so. And it gets even better: They think that's how democracy works.

 

 

Well reality check. Merkel simply is unable to get enough votes for any help for greece. The game is over. We are a democracy too. And the mayority of germans wants to see greece dumped into the sea. 


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#24175 Greek IPTV + OTE Sport + Movie Channels (((50€ = 1 Xrono)))

Posted by Epic on 21 June 2017 - 01:55 PM

Giasas,
ksero oti imaste polli ellini sto eksoteriko opos ke ego, ke polous tous lipi ena mikro komati tis elladas. Edo ke ena xrono asxoleme me IPTV ke ferno ligo elliniki psixagogia stous ellinous se olon ton kosmo. Opios exi endiaferon grepse mou edo sto forum i mia email sto
epic-tv@web.de
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#18828 America just got greater.

Posted by admin on 09 November 2016 - 08:05 PM

It's very short sighted to look at things just from your personal interest perspective.

 

I guess Trump may (or may not) be good news for Syria. We'll have to see if he will change something in the way the US is dealing with this situation. However, what's certain is that his ascent to power will affect how you and your family live your lives within the US. You are an immigrant yourself, and if I remember correctly your wife is an immigrant too (she's Hispanic, isn't she?).

 

Don't you think that this may be a problem in a country which voted for a president someone who sees all immigrants, and especially the latinos, as a problem?


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#18469 Epirus

Posted by ajaxmonkey on 26 October 2016 - 04:11 PM

Thanks Ajaxmonkey!
I agree - Greece isn't all about beaches and sun. I never knew it had such incredible mountains and wilderness. What an amazing place.
 
The view behind Drakolimni, on top of Mt Gamila, down on the Pindos range could easily be the great sight in the whole of Greece...
 
(articles on our trip further into Western and Central Maceodnia to come!)


Nothing wrong with beaches of course but if you want to experience the real Greece you have to go to the mountains. That's where the spirit of the place is still alive.
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#169 Time Out: Let's Stop the Blame Game in Europe

Posted by admin on 03 April 2015 - 06:59 PM

Calm down guys. Mistakes have been done on both sides. Both Greece and the EU are in a situation now where a viable solution needs to be found. Time is running out.

Either way, even if Greece exits Euro I don't think this is going to be the end of Greece or the end of the EU.

 

Greece has find herself in tougher situations than this. We'll somehow find a way to make this work.


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#1471 outrageous claim: The Greek islands rightfully belong to Turkey

Posted by ajaxmonkey on 03 May 2015 - 05:58 PM

Admin:

As the "unofficial" leader of the European Union Germany's government should be looking after all countries who are part of the EU. A weak EU (and a weak Euro) is not to the benefit of anyone within the EU. It's certainly not the benefit of Germany or Greece.


Germany has to do the right thing and remove the Greek cancer that feeds of the EU. Failure to do so will lead to the slow death of the European Union. The Eastern and central Europeans have been blaming Germany for not taking decisive action in the matter for quite a while now. If Germany continues her efforts to keep Greece within the EU she will lose her credibility.
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#1407 outrageous claim: The Greek islands rightfully belong to Turkey

Posted by ajaxmonkey on 02 May 2015 - 12:21 AM

Patrick:

And spare your crocodile tears for primitive savages in africa and asia and the americas. When your only invention in 40.000 years is a spear, then you deserve to be crushed.


Lets put it into perspective. What would life be like if the modern world had been shaped by the Hindus?
We would live in a cast system and most of us would take a dump in the open. On the dirt road in front of our shag. Oh woe! Why did the evil Europeans succeed and curse us with running hot and cold water and toilets!

In a world created by Nigireans you would slaughter Pygmies and eat their flesh to gain Voodoo powers. And should you contract a venerial disease you go rape some 4 year old girl. But this Utopia never got the chance to spread beyond Nigeria. The evil Europeans with their antibiotics and common sense laws robbed us of it!

In a world created by Atzteks you would slaughter a virgin every night and collect her blood in a vessel to ensure the return of the Sun. But those evil Europeans took that from us. They with their sattelites and telescopes can keep track of the Sun at all times. Let us mourn our loss.
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