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Cevapi -  Sausage with Yogurt Sauce

Recipe name: Cevapi - Sausage with Yogurt Sauce
Submitted by: ladygorb


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Ravani - NEW!
A great traditional desert from the Greeks of Minor Asia.
Submitted by: manos
Submitted on: 22 Oct 2005
Total views: 211
Total rating: 4
Brownies!!! - NEW!
Great if combined with ice cream!!!
Submitted by: manos
Submitted on: 23 Oct 2005
Total views: 172
Total rating: 4
Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola® Cake - NEW!
Chocolate lovers cake

Serves: 18

Prep. Time: 1:25
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 23 Oct 2005
Total views: 216
Total rating: 2
Funnel Cakes - NEW!
Favorite sweet at fairs and carnivals

Serves: 8

Prep. Time: 0:25
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 23 Oct 2005
Total views: 171
Total rating: 2
Lemon Meringue Pie - NEW!
Pie Filling & Meringue recipe

Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 23 Oct 2005
Total views: 182
Total rating: 3
Loukoumades - NEW!
My mom taught me to cook this. Great desert!
Submitted by: manos
Submitted on: 23 Oct 2005
Total views: 199
Total rating: 5
Halvas - NEW!
A great dessert. One of my favourites. It can be cooked in no time with very ordinary ingredients! Great for unexpected visitors or momnets we die for something sweet!
Submitted by: manos
Submitted on: 23 Oct 2005
Total views: 168
Total rating: 3
Soft Pretzels - NEW!
Just like like Auntie Anne's®

Serves: 8-12

Prep. Time: 2:00
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 24 Oct 2005
Total views: 165
Total rating: 4
Granola Bars - NEW!
Healthier Alternative to Candy

Serves: 16

Prep Time: 0:45
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 25 Oct 2005
Total views: 153
Total rating: 5
Red Velvet Cake with White Chocolate Frosting - NEW!
Another reciped from the Waldor Astoria Hotel of New York City.

Serves 12.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 27 Oct 2005
Total views: 155
Total rating: 3
Cinnamon Buns - NEW!
Copycat of Cinnabon's®

Prep. Time: 4:00

Serves: 12 - 15
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 28 Oct 2005
Total views: 168
Total rating: 2
Galaktoboureko - NEW!
Milk Pie
Submitted by: viv
Submitted on: 28 Oct 2005
Total views: 167
Total rating: 3
Baklava - NEW!
Super!
Submitted by: viv
Submitted on: 28 Oct 2005
Total views: 224
Total rating: 5
Berry Citrus Parfaits - NEW!
Light Fluffy Dessert

Prep. Time: 0:15

Serves: 4
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 30 Oct 2005
Total views: 163
Total rating: 5
APHRODISIAC BREAD - NEW!
Aphrodisiac (Kamaki tool default.tongue.gif) - curry, garlic

Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 31 Oct 2005
Total views: 151
Total rating: 1
CHOCOLATE FONDUE - NEW!
Aphrodisiac (Kamaki tool default.tongue.gif) - chocolate!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 31 Oct 2005
Total views: 163
Total rating: 1
CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES - NEW!
Delicious and my absolute favorite candy in the world!!!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 2 Nov 2005
Total views: 156
Total rating: 1
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake - NEW!
My mom's recipe and the first thing I ever learned to bake.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 10 Nov 2005
Total views: 181
Total rating: 2
Snickers Candy Bar - NEW!
Well almost a Snickers bar ... I have no idea how to make the wrapper default.tongue.gif
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 12 Nov 2005
Total views: 181
Total rating: 1
Cranberry White Chocolate Shortbread Cookies - NEW!
Prep Time: 15 min

Total Time: 29 min

Makes: About 4 dozen cookies or 48 servings, 1 cookie each
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 12 Nov 2005
Total views: 176
Total rating: 3
Classic Pumpkin Pie - NEW!
Pumpkin pie dates back to when the early American Settlers. The Native Americans would bring pumpkins as gifts to the first settlers, and would teach them the many uses for the pumpkin. The Settlers make pumpkin pie by filling a hollowed out shell with milk, honey and spices, then baking it in hot ashes. This is what evolved into Pumpkin Pie as we know it today.


Makes 6 large or 8 small pieces
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 17 Nov 2005
Total views: 137
Total rating: 1
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Icing - NEW!
Carrot cake most likely descended from Medieval carrot puddings enjoyed by people in parts of Europe. Carrots are an old world food. imported to the Americas by European settlers. In the 20th century carrot cake was re-introduced as a "healthy alternative" to traditional desserts.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 19 Nov 2005
Total views: 180
Total rating: 5
Chocolate Caramel Apples - NEW!
Caramel apples aren't just for Halloween and they aren't just for kids. Gourmet caramel apples, large apples covered with caramel, nuts, and chocolate, are a special treat anytime for anyone. The cool crisp apple is a great contrast with the decadent toppings and the eater feels a little less guilty because it's fruit, after all! Gather the ingredients to make tasty gifts for the holidays or a special occasion.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 22 Nov 2005
Total views: 192
Total rating: 5
Caramel biscuits - NEW!
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Submitted by: viv
Submitted on: 27 Nov 2005
Total views: 149
Total rating: 4
Fruit Flan - NEW!
Light and fresh. With plump blueberries, juicy strawberries and raspberries, sweet apricots, and tangy pineapple and kiwi all sitting pretty on a cream-covered flan
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 27 Nov 2005
Total views: 169
Total rating: 5
Pecan pie - NEW!
U.S. State of Alabama traditional food - Pecans are a "new world" food. They are indigenous to North America and were known to Native Americans long before the Europeans settled there. Traditionally, these nuts are connected with the American south where they have been incorporated into many sweet treats, especially pie and candy.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 27 Nov 2005
Total views: 167
Total rating: 5
Flakey Vinegar Pie Crust - NEW!
Great for Pecan pie - This crust is a light flaky pie crust perfect for fruit and cream pies.

Makes enough dough for 1 (9 or 10-inch) double crust pie.

Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 27 Nov 2005
Total views: 167
Total rating: 2
Nutmeg Coffee Cake - NEW!
U.S. State of Connecticut traditional foods - A "Nutmegger" is the nickname for a resident of the state. It is derived from the nickname, the Nutmeg State, based on the practice of the Connecticut peddlers who traveled about selling nutmegs.

Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 28 Nov 2005
Total views: 163
Total rating: 4
Key Lime Pie - NEW!
U.S. State of Florida traditional food - Key West, Florida, is famous for its fabulous key lime pie, one of America's best-loved regional dishes. Every restaurant in the Florida Keys, and especially in the city of Key West, serves this wonderful pie. There seems to be a key lime pie for every palate, with numerous versions made throughout the region.

Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 28 Nov 2005
Total views: 159
Total rating: 2
Crusty Peach Cobbler - NEW!
U.S. State of Georgia traditional food - Movin' to the country. Gonna eat a lot of peaches. Millions of peaches, peaches for me. Millions of peaches, peaches for free. Look out! - Presidents of the United States Of America
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 29 Nov 2005
Total views: 184
Total rating: 4
Quaker Oats Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies - NEW!
U.S. State of Iowa traditional food - The seeds for the Quaker Oats Company were sown in 1877 and were trademarked in 1901. Quaker Oats began producing quick-cooking oatmeal in 1921. Here in the United States, oats are grown in Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin and South Dakota.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 29 Nov 2005
Total views: 174
Total rating: 4
Perfect Wheat Bread - NEW!
U.S. State of Kansas traditional food - Kansas is the largest wheat producing state. This is why it is called the “Wheat State” and “Breadbasket of the World.” Wheat is used for many kinds of foods such as breads, cookies, cakes, pies, pastries, cereals, crackers, pasta, flour tortillas and Oriental noodles.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 29 Nov 2005
Total views: 177
Total rating: 5
Cherry Pie - NEW!
U.S. State of Michigan traditional food - Cherries are extraordinary, not only because of their taste but their nutritional value is equal to and often higher than that of many other fruits. Michigan produces 70 to 75 percent of the cherries grown in the United States
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 30 Nov 2005
Total views: 158
Total rating: 4
Muffins - Blueberry and more. - NEW!
U.S. State of Minnesota traditional food - Wild blueberries are native to northeastern Minnesota, growing in bogs, on hillsides, and in cut over forested areas. No surprise that the blueberry muffin is recognized as one of the states foods.

Prep. Time: 0:30

Serves: 12
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 30 Nov 2005
Total views: 172
Total rating: 5
Mississippi Mud Pie - NEW!
U.S. State of Mississippi traditional food - A very dense chocolate pie that takes its name from the thick mud along the banks of the Mississippi River.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 1 Dec 2005
Total views: 166
Total rating: 5
Salt water taffy - NEW!
U.S. State of New Jersey - the first taffy made and sold in Atlantic City called 'Salt Water Taffy' was more gimmick than anything else. One legend has it that a taffy vendor named David Bradley jokingly referred to the candy as "salt water taffy" after sea water soaked his supply of the candy in an 1883 summer storm.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 2 Dec 2005
Total views: 161
Total rating: 5
Biscochitos - NEW!
U.S. State of New Mexico traditional food - This Indian sugar cookie has been enjoyed since territorial days. Traditionally made with lard, it is equally delicious with shortening. You may wish to use cactus, coyote or chile pepper-shaped cookie cutters to cut out the dough. Serve this New Mexican state cookie with finely minced fresh fruits, if desired.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 2 Dec 2005
Total views: 164
Total rating: 4
Dakota Bread - NEW!
U.S. State of North Dakota traditional food - North and South Dakota were one territory until 1889. Dakota was named for the Dakota, Sioux tribe which lived in the region. Dakota is the Sioux word for "friends" or "allies."

Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 3 Dec 2005
Total views: 196
Total rating: 2
Cornbread - NEW!
U.S. State of Oklahoma traditional food - there are literally hundreds of cornbread recipes. Some include a mixtures of wheat flour and corn meal, others are made up purely of corn meal. Some include sugar, some include buttermilk, and others include whole pieces of corn. However this recipe is the 2002 recipe winner of the Cornbread Festival.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 3 Dec 2005
Total views: 171
Total rating: 5
Kuchen - NEW!
U.S. State of South Dakota traditonal food - Kuchen.... South Dakota's State Dessert! What is Kuchen? It is a sweet-dough based pastry topped with creamy custard and filling
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 3 Dec 2005
Total views: 165
Total rating: 1
Stack Cake - NEW!
U.S. State of Tennessee traditional food - This is a very old recipe from the family of Hilda Marsh of Knoxville, Tennessee. Stack cakes were indigenous to the East Tennessee and Appalachian mountains. Apples were plentiful and, at least one, could be found on the farms and homesteads in the mountains.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 3 Dec 2005
Total views: 173
Total rating: 1
Baklava - NEW!
U.S. State of Utah traditional food - this delightful, unforgettable pastry from Persia via the Byzantine Empire is unexcelled as a palate-pleasing dessert. Known as the "sweet of a thousand layers," the baklava consists of layers of paper-thin pastry with sweet-spiced nuts between them and is drenched with lemon-flavored honey syrup after it is baked. This recipe was brought to Utah by Greek immigrants in the early 1920's.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 3 Dec 2005
Total views: 186
Total rating: 5
Schwarzwälderkirschtorte - Black Forest Cake - NEW!
Country Germany - Called Schwarzwälderkirschtorte in German, which means Black Forest Cherry Torte (torte is the German word for cake). It is a chocolate layer cake with Kirsch, whipped cream, sour cherries and chocolate curls. 16th Century - The origin of this cake in unknown, but historians believes it originated in the late 16th century in the Black Forest Region (Der Schwarzwald in German) located in the state of Baden-Württemberg. The name, Schwarzwald, evokes darkness and mystery coming from the romantic German concept of Waldeinsamkeit or forest-loneliness.
This region is known for its sour cherries and Kirsch or Kirschwasser (a double distilled, clear cherry brandy made from the sour Morello cherry). Combine these cherries with the German’s love of chocolate, and you have this wonderful chocolate confection with cream and cherries.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 9 Dec 2005
Total views: 183
Total rating: 1
Spotted Dick with Custard - NEW!
Country England - The word "dick" has appeared in any number of strange places. Around the 1840s, "dick" was used to mean a type of hard cheese; when treacle sauce was added, it became "treacle dick", and finally when currants or raisins were added (looking like little spots), the "spotted_dick" was born. The earliest recipes for spotted dick are from 1847. For non-British readers, "spotted_dick" is a boiled suet pudding, with bits of dried fruit (usually raisins or currants) that (as already noted) look like little spots.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 12 Dec 2005
Total views: 149
Total rating: 2
Beaver Tails - NEW!
Country Canada - Beaver Tails are hugely popular in Canada and they’re served all over the country in storefront walk-ups or sidewalk carts. No trip to Canada is complete without Beaver Tails.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 29 Dec 2005
Total views: 210
Total rating: 5
Chinese Almond Cookies - NEW!
Chinese-American take out goodie - these scrumptious cookies are always included along side fortune cookies with an order of chinese food.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 29 Dec 2005
Total views: 163
Total rating: 4
Pavlova - Meringue & Fruit - NEW!
Country New Zealand - This classic dessert, which originated in New Zealand, was alledgedly created and named for legendary ballerina Anna Pavlova. While it makes a spectacularly impressive dessert, it's really very easy to accomplish.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 8 Jan 2006
Total views: 170
Total rating: 5
Naan - Flat Bread - NEW!
Country Bangladesh - Bangladeshi cooking is a culinary art-form. A taste tantalizing blend of wonderful and fragrant spices that will keep you coming back for more.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 8 Jan 2006
Total views: 160
Total rating: 5
Burner Brownies - NEW!
For the perfect finish to a special dinner or a special evening try these gourmet honey brownies with a rich, complex flavour and velvety texture guaranteed to please the most discerning.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 11 Jan 2006
Total views: 135
Total rating: 2
Apple Pot - NEW!
Aphrodisiac Cannabis Dessert - Delicious
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 11 Jan 2006
Total views: 202
Total rating: 1
Scooby Snacks - NEW!
LOL - Just checking to see if anyone is paying attention default.tongue.gif
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 11 Jan 2006
Total views: 190
Total rating: 4
Churros con chocolate - Churros with chocolate dip - NEW!
Country Spain - Here's the ultimate recipe to make your own churros at home, just like they were at the churrería stands. That churro taste will take you right back to your favorite summer days walking the paseos of Spain.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 23 Jan 2006
Total views: 163
Total rating: 1
Baklavas - Greek baklava - NEW!
Country Greece - Hlias's recipe plus.smilie3.gif
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 14 Feb 2006
Total views: 156
Total rating: 4
Chocolate Motherlode Cake - NEW!
Best chocolate cake ever. Also one of the biggest ones I have ever seen! Claim Jumper restaurant is responsible for this chocolate delight.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 20 Mar 2006
Total views: 259
Total rating: 1
Les Madeleines Thumbprint Cookies - NEW!
I thought I was in heaven when I bit into one of these melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookies. Thanks to Chef Romina Rasmussen of Les Madeleines Bakery in Salt Lake City for sharing the recipe.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 24 Apr 2006
Total views: 159
Total rating: 2
Black Russian Cake - NEW!
Friends and family always request this cake at potlucks and dinners. It's a very easy cake to make and kids love it as well as adults!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 24 Apr 2006
Total views: 167
Total rating: 5
Apple Bread - NEW!
Delicious!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 24 Apr 2006
Total views: 165
Total rating: 5
Arnold Schwarzenegger's Apple Strudel - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - Arnold Schwarzenegger - Arnold says "They'll be back for more."
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 24 Apr 2006
Total views: 188
Total rating: 1
Bobbie Phillips Southern Fudge - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - Bobbie Phillips - Actress, A true "Chameleon", Bobbie has played roles so diverse in her years as an actress, sometimes it's hard to tell if it's her. Her most famous roles have been: Julie Costello on Steven Bochco's "Murder One" (1995); Dr. Bambi Berenbaum on "The X Files" (1993); the First Female Crow, "Talon", on "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998); and recently the "Chameleon" in a series of movies for Paramount.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 24 Apr 2006
Total views: 271
Total rating: 1
Ed Harris' Mandarin Orange Dessert - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - Ed Harris - Actor - Ed says he got this recipe by way of his mother, Margaret Harris. It was passed down to her from her grandmother, Annie Abernathy Harris.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 28 Apr 2006
Total views: 174
Total rating: 2
George Peppard's Fudge - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - George Peppard - Actor
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 28 Apr 2006
Total views: 163
Total rating: 5
Geraint Wyn Davies' Chocolate Pizza - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - Geraint Wyn Davies - Actor, Director, Producer
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 30 Apr 2006
Total views: 170
Total rating: 2
Geraldo Rivera's Caramel Custard - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - Geraldo Rivera - Actor, Talk show host
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 30 Apr 2006
Total views: 149
Total rating: 3
James Garner's Lemon Cake - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - James Garner - Actor - This is Garner's family's favorite cake,
the recipe was given to them
by a friend named Shawna Trabert.
It's made for every birthday and holiday,
and it's always gone by morning,
apparently eaten by thieves in the night!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 6 May 2006
Total views: 177
Total rating: 2
Jeff Bridges' Hot Fudge - NEW!
Celebrity recipe - Jeff Bridges - Actor - Jeff says that this is very good and that his Mom won his Dad's love with this one.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 6 May 2006
Total views: 153
Total rating: 1
Edible Spiders - NEW!
Holiday - Halloween - These are very fragile and a third of this recipe will make about two dozen spiders. They are made from Royal Icing, which needs to be used right away since it hardens to a rocklike texture very quickly!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 20 Oct 2006
Total views: 196
Total rating: 2
Eerie Eyeballs - NEW!
Holiday - Halloween - Yields approximately 9 dozen bite-sized eyeballs
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 20 Oct 2006
Total views: 193
Total rating: 1
Creepy Witches' Fingers - NEW!
Holiday - Halloween - Gross everyone out with these creepy cookies.

Yield: 5 dozen
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 20 Oct 2006
Total views: 128
Total rating: 2
Brittle Merangue Bones - NEW!
Holiday - Halloween - Bone Apetite!!!
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 20 Oct 2006
Total views: 141
Total rating: 1
Bleeding Human Heart - NEW!
Holiday - Halloween - The title says it all. It's the perfect coup de grace for your intimate dinner at home. As your guests sip their coffee, you unveil a glistening pink gelatin heart on a pedestal cake stand. Then you whip out a carving knife and stab it. Dark, gooey blood issues majestically from the wound. You cut dainty slices off the lobes of the heart and flip them onto dessert plates. You hold each portion under the oozing gash until it is nicely sauced with gore, add a dollop of whipped cream, and serve.
Submitted by: ladygorb
Submitted on: 20 Oct 2006
Total views: 157
Total rating: 4
GLAZED RASPBERRY HEART SCONES - NEW!
Rose water lends a subtle floral flavor to the scones; it can be found at some supermarkets, specialty foods stores, and Middle Eastern markets.
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 167
Total rating: 5
Hush Puppies - NEW!
Southern Style
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 131
Total rating: 3
Dinner Rolls, Five Ways - NEW!
One dough recipe yields five roll variations. To freeze rolls, bake, cool completely, wrap in heavy-duty foil, and freeze. Thaw and reheat (still wrapped) at 350? for 12 minutes or until warm. Heat the milk in the microwave or on the stovetop; if it's too hot, let it cool to no warmer than 110? so your dough will rise nicely.
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 174
Total rating: 5
Cinnamon Breakfast Rolls - NEW!
Great For Breakfast
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 165
Total rating: 4
Cinnamon and Sugar Tortilla Strips - NEW!
Real Simple
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 124
Total rating: 2
Cheesy Mexican Pizza - NEW!
Pizza ~ What else can you say?
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 169
Total rating: 4
Apple Fritters with Lemon Sauce - NEW!
Made with Lemon Sauce ~ see below for that
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 124
Total rating: 4
Banana Blueberry Bread - NEW!
"This bread is supereasy to make. I like to take it to my daughter's play group and watch the other mothers and toddlers enjoy it. The freshness of the fruit gives a sensational flavor to the bread." CLReader.
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 222
Total rating: 2
Blueberry-Cinnamon Muffins - NEW!
To prevent berries from bleeding, toss them in flour, and then gently fold them into batter.
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 215
Total rating: 4
Classic Banana Bread - NEW!
Banana bread should form a crack down the center as it bakes--a sign the baking soda is doing its job.
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 204
Total rating: 1
Raspberry Pull-Apart Bread - NEW!
Bread
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 195
Total rating: 3
Garlic Bread - NEW!
Great With Pasta Dishes
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 26 Apr 2007
Total views: 231
Total rating: 4
Yiaourti me Meli: Yogurt with Honey - NEW!
In Greek: , yee-ah-OOR-tee meh MEH-lee
Submitted by: www.yourforum.gr
Submitted on: 12 Mar 2011
Total views: 141
Total rating: 0
 - NEW!
Submitted by: NickTheGreek
Submitted on: 10 Jun 2016
Total views: 210
Total rating: 0

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