Καλή όρεξη: Going Greek

Sunday night my long-time buddy and almost-same-named friend Daniele (Dani, she prefers) decided to have a little dinner party, Greek themed–save for the red velvet cupcakes and French wine/tea/cookware. It ended up as a great exercise in group cooking, Dani making spicy feta dip, flatbreads (from scratch!), and painfully delicious baklava, little brother Abe & Esha on tzatziki/Greek salad/fish duty, and me, painstakingly documenting the entire process (kidding, kidding…but seriously, I didn’t contribute anything.) I had my grape-leaf earrings (made by Mom, aww family blah blah) on and I was ready to embrace my inner Dionysus and feast like Mt. Olympus was crumbling. And feast we did.
Open this in a new tab, grab your best plate to smash (I hold no responsibility if you take this advice) and enjoy.





























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2 responses to “Καλή όρεξη: Going Greek

  1. abes

    This sumptuous feast looks unbelievably…well, sumptuous. You simply must give me the name of your cooks *ostentatious voice* haha. You know, I had my doubts about your little hipster camera but it really does get the job done. Job well done on documenting a night of the usual obscenities and Aegean festivities. I expect to see more blackswanning in the near future.
    OPA!

  2. Meg

    These are such lovely photos!!

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