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For an unforgettably delicious Greek tyrokafteri, just mix in a bowl 100g feta cheese, crumbled, 60g strained Greek yogurt, 1½ teaspoons Greek Cheesemonger's Tyrokafteri Mix, 2 tablespoons Greek olive oil and a few drops of vinegar. Enjoy an impressive burst of flavour and colour! The attractive package contains simple instructions and smart tips!
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Spices are dried parts of plants that contain aromatic, spicy and tasty substances. Spices give a unique flavor to the food as they are usually added towards the end of the cooking, so that high temperature does not destroy the aromatic and flavorful character. Spices are also sensitive to light, moisture and heat so it is best advised to keep them in sealed glass jars, away from light and moisture sources.
Meet the producer: Sparoza

Sparoza is a Greek family business that also embraces collaborating friends. It specialises in the preparation of blends of herbs and spices. Patiently and persistently, Sparoza's spirited team pours over combinations of aromas and flavours to mix unusual blends that inspire culinary explorations and enrich daily nutrition with the precious characteristics those blends have. Sparoza uses a wide range of aromatic herbs, seeds, and spices as well as its own citrus zest combinations. Sparoza's people are very picky when it comes to the selection of the raw ingredients that go into the blends. To ensure that only the very freshest and the very best goes into their blends, Sparoza shows a marked preference for small Greek producers and certified importers. It always buys its materials in their initial, raw form so that they can grind only small amounts on demand and request to ensure that its end products reaching consumers are always aromatic and freshly ground.

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Attica was first inhabited during the Neolithic era and it has always had a central role in the historical events of Greece. Its mythical past is also of particular interest, since it was the city favoured most by the twelve Olympian gods. During ancient times, Athens, and Attiki in general was a great economic, political, intellectual and cultural force, culminating during the "Golden Age of Pericles".The Acropolis of Athens was built during that time, along with the architectural monuments of the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis and many other great buildings.The Peloponnesian War, the expansion of Alexander the Great’s empire, the Roman occupation, the spreading of Christianity, the Byzantines' contempt, the arrival of the Francs, Catalans and Venetians, and finally the period of the Ottoman occupation, all marked the history of Attiki, right up to the year 1834, when Athens was nominated capital, of the finally independent Greek state.

The landscape of Attiki is characterized by the Athenian blue sky, the sun and the glorious shades that the sunset brings out on its stone mass.Also worth mentioning, are the mountains that surround the basinof Attiki with their characteristic vegetation, the national parks, the forest of Kessariani, the wetlands of Mesogeia and the beautiful sandy beaches. One can also spot native and migratory birds, visit countless archaeological sites and walk along the narrow streets of the picturesque area of Plaka, admiring the balconies of its magnificent neoclassical buildings.

In Greek Mythology, legend goes that Dionysus, god of wine and merrymaking, entrusted the inhabitants of Attica with the cultivation of the grapevine and the art of winemaking. The terroir of Mesogia, Attica, renowned for its wines, is Greece’s oldest. It is where the celebrated grape variety “Savvatiano” is grown and where Retsina, the queen of Attica wines, reigns supreme. Retsina is under a Traditional Appellation certification as its unique, traditional traits guarantee a product of special taste and true Greek character. Apart from Mesogia, the region of Attica also includes the area of Piraeus which is Greece’s and the eastern Mediterranean’s largest port celebrated for its strategic and trading significance since ancient times. Today, it is Greece’s and the Greek economy’s largest hub of commercial activities and has the highest passenger traffic among European ports. The Prefecture of Attica is often a preferred destination for visitors as it combines countless, breathtaking vistas with a wide range of entertainment and culinary choices

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Greek «Cheesemonger's» tyrokafteri mix, from Attica "Sparoza" 60gr

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Product code: 010632 Gross Weight 120g
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For an unforgettably delicious Greek tyrokafteri, just mix in a bowl 100g feta cheese, crumbled, 60g strained Greek yogurt, 1½ teaspoons Greek Cheesemonger's Tyrokafteri Mix, 2 tablespoons Greek olive oil and a few drops of vinegar.
Meet the producer: Sparoza
Map of Greece Visit the region: Attica...