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In the Museum

The museum is full of wonders
Egypts’ grandeur, ancient glories,
glittering gold and precious gems,
classical Greek curves and lines,
expressing divinity,
intricate windings of Saxon silver… 78 more words

Poetry

The Greek Side of the Food

Hammersmith World Food Market

Located in the Lyric Square situated at the Hammersmith Broadway end of King Street open every Friday from 8am to 5pm, also here is a farmers market every Thursday between the same times. 405 more words

Food On The Go

Yes Or No? Which Way Will The Greek Vote Go?


Greek citizens go to the polls tomorrow to vote on the issue of whether to accept the country’s creditors’ austerity and tax reform proposals, or reject them. 51 more words

thefoodstroll - Eat GRK (Beverly Hills, Sydney)

It’s been a long time since the last one so I’m going to keep it quick and simple. The popular thing to eat these days is gyros, pretty much what most people call a kebab, shredded meat and sliced vegetables slabbed onto a piece of pita bread and wrapped to make it more convenient to eat. 290 more words

Greek

This guy, Midas by Kate Garrett

This guy, Midas

pays two hundred quid
for his haircuts –
regular, often,
I could draw out
a calendar by each one –
but the real value lies… 255 more words

Poetry

A Foodie's Diary: Craving Greek? Try Souvlaki Authentic Greek Cuisine.

Note: The following are my thoughts as of the date of this entry, and things may or may not be the same years down the road. 1,099 more words

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