Blog Posts - Greek



Aristotle’s, Neutral Bay

Aristotle’s is a new little gem in the Neutral Bay restaurant scene, transporting diners to a stunning Greek Mediterranean oasis. Located just off the busy Military Road, a mere stone’s throw from the city, it sits on a cute little side stree...
by JENIUS on Dec 12, 2016

Christmas Around the World — 25 Books for Children

Moms and dads (or teachers), here are 25 books all about Christmas and how it’s celebrated around the world. With these books, children will learn more about the Christmas traditions of other countries and how they’re like, or unlike, our...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Dec 11, 2016

Book Review: Charles Lee Irons, A Syntax Guide for Readers of the Greek New Testament

Irons, Charles Lee. A Syntax Guide for Readers of the Greek New Testament. Grand Rapids, Mich. Kregel, 2012. 608 pp. Hb; $39.99. Link to Kregel This new publication from Kregel follows in the tradition of Sprachlicher Schluessel Zum Griechischen Neue...
by Reading Acts on Nov 30, 2016

After 500 years, Jesus' tomb was open again. '' I was amazed at what I found under the marble '

Jesus' Tomb Opened photo: nationalgeographic.comFor  the first time, researchers have found that surface, is traditionally considered to be the tomb of Jesus. Located Holy Sepulchre Church in Jerusalem tomb was covered with marble tiles in the s...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 28, 2016

Lamb Keema Tacos

Enjoy the versatility of Indian inspired lamb keema with these fusion Indian Mexican crispy tacos. Continue reading Lamb Keema Tacos at Fuss Free Flavours.
by Fuss Free Flavours on Sep 5, 2016

…Infinite Life Fitness Recipe: Bell Pepper Nacho Bites…

Who does NOT love nachos? OK… if you do not love nachos there is no way we can be friends. The savoy mixture of seasoned meat with cheese and fresh veggies…It is making my mouth water to just think about it! I decided to create a simple,...
by Infinite Life Fitness on Sep 2, 2016

Greek cheeses - unique taste

Award-winning Greek cheeses, with their unique taste, explain why in Greece the annual per capita consumption is higher than in any other European country. Soft, creamy and hard, white and yellow, fresh and mature, salty and sweet, each one a nobili...
by The true greek life on Aug 29, 2016

Vegetarian Bulgur Wheat Balls

It’s time for another healthy recipe. And let it be vegetarian. There will be bulgur wheat and veggie balls. Easy to make, tender balls with a lovely taste. No frying, of course. The two main ingredients – bulgur wheat and courgettes. I thought...
by Simply Marina on Aug 28, 2016

30 GREEK Inventions that changed the world!

30 ideas, inventions, constructions, concepts, studies etc of the Greeks that even today, so many centuries after, we invoke, use and construct the culture and everyday life. Take a look at the video below!
by The true greek life on Aug 26, 2016

Infinite Life Fitness Recipe: Chocolate and Cinnamon Breakfast Bites…

There are a few ways that you can make this, but I decided to make mine in a unique way. This is a GREAT breakfast option for those who need to grab food and GO in the morning. Ingredients: I tbsp. cinnamon 1 scoop protein or 1 pack or 1/4 cup (*** P...
by Infinite Life Fitness on Aug 18, 2016

KINETTA

At first glance, one wouldn’t associate Kinetta with the rest of the films in Yorgos Lanthimos’ body of work. And that’s understandable. Not only was his feature film debut made almost five years before Dogtooth (a movie that is often times wro...
by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Aug 12, 2016

Fun Facts Friday: Edith Hamilton

During her lifetime Ms. Hamilton was "recognized as the greatest woman Classicist."...
by Man of la Book - Book Reviews on Aug 12, 2016

Potato & Black Bean Salad with an Avocado and Sweetcorn Salsa

You will love this easy healthy potato salad with a south American twist of added black beans, lime & coriander, served with an avocado and sweetcorn salsa Continue reading Potato & Black Bean Salad with an Avocado and Sweetcorn Salsa at Fu...
by Fuss Free Flavours on Aug 10, 2016

Top 10 Mediterranean Food to try at Least Once in a Lifetime.

What pops into your mind when you visualize Mediterranean food? The common misconception is that this type of cuisine mainly consists of pitas and hummus, and little else. However, the cuisine of countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, is extre...
by So Moroccan on Aug 9, 2016

…Infinite Life Fitness Recipe: FroYo Bites…

Seeing as there are only a few weeks left of summer (insert cheering from parents who have had to stay home with kids all summer) it can get hard to find health and fun treats for the family to enjoy.  I do my best to try to find treats that will be...
by Infinite Life Fitness on Aug 8, 2016

The Island of Thassos: Love at First Sight

Our family holiday is over. I told you we were going to Greece. We wanted a quiet, beautiful place. We got it. Actually, our expectations were totally beaten. My husband and I have visited Greece many times before and we know it is an enchanting coun...
by Simply Marina on Aug 4, 2016

The Island of Thassos – Love at First Sight

Our family holiday is over. I told you we were going to Greece. We wanted a quiet, beautiful place. We got it. Actually, our expectations were totally beaten. My husband and I have visited Greece many times before and we know it is an enchanting coun...
by Simply Marina on Aug 4, 2016

Greek Chicken Salad on Cucumber Slices

  I have a new obsession the last few months for these Greek chicken salad bites. I make them with feta and fresh dill on cucumber slices.  I stumbled on this combination a couple months ago when randomly I added … Continue reading →...
by The Creativity Exchange on Aug 3, 2016

Anniversary Dinner at CYMA Greek Taverna!

 After our quick snack at Coffee Project, we headed straight to CYMA to have dinner. It was actually a hard decision before us to find a place to celebrate. It's not the usual gateway/escapades adventure Anniversary celebration compared befor...

28 July 2016 - THE SWORD OF DAMOCLES

THE SWORD OF DAMOCLESG'day folks,Damocles is a figure featured in a single moral anecdote commonly referred to as "the Sword of Damocles", an allusion to the imminent and ever-present peril faced by those in positions of power. The famed “sw...
by clancy tucker's blog on Jul 27, 2016


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