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Hope you guys enjoyed my last post.  As I said this post is super interesting.  This post is full of Greek Pastries.. We almost enjoyed tasting all the pastries there.  Here is the virtual treat for you ....

 Here is the array of sweet pastries and these are freshly baked sweet breads.. 

The coconut Macaroons it tasted awesome, as already I am big fan of these coconut macaroons I enjoyed so much munching it.  Next is walnut cake soaked in the warm honey that was super moist absolutely yummy.  Kataifi shredded wheat pastry tastes like the Baklava. Koulouria is butter cookie which is a real  melting moment.

These are sweet cute fritters named Loukamades, deep fried balls, Yeasted batter similar to doughnut served with warm honey and dusted with powdered sugar and little cinnamon.  Watch how they are done.... Did u see the automated machine that drops the batter in the oil.. 

These are kourmbiethes which is greek shortbread cookies covered with powdered sugar, followed by spice cookie which is dipped in honey syrup they are called as Melamakorana. 

These are Galotoboureko which is Greek custard covered with Phyllo pastry sheet and baked.. that was really good so creamy with crispy top.. Loved it a lot.  And Baklava almost everyone like this and very famous greek pastry.

Baklava cheese cake, it was like normal cheesecake but the crumble topping tasted like Baklava.. that was wonderful combination. Those Almond cookies tasted great and they call it as Ergolavi.

They did have the shaved ice, biscotti and the frozen custard....

I know many of us are familiar with the above pastries but the name of the pastries in their own language was fun to learn.  Hope you guys enjoyed the Greek festival thru my lens. 


GEETHA ACHAL  – (May 16, 2011 at 11:01 AM)  

Loved the clicks...Thanks for sharing..

aipi  – (May 16, 2011 at 11:15 AM)  

Gorgeous place and super scrumptious treats!
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Madhavi  – (May 16, 2011 at 12:31 PM)  

Superb clicks..

Krithi's Kitchen  – (May 16, 2011 at 12:42 PM)  

Thanks for the interesting post.. thoroughly enjoyed reading and seeing the pics!!

Sumi  – (May 16, 2011 at 5:51 PM)  

wow, enjoyed the virtual treat.Have tasted some of the Sweets from the above pictures from the local pastry shops over here in Brussels. Absolutely love them..If not for the calories I would have them everyday :)

Sharmilee! :)  – (May 17, 2011 at 1:36 AM)  

Visual treat to our eyes....yummy they look. Gud that u shared with us Pavi...

Priya  – (May 17, 2011 at 2:36 AM)  

Marvellous and fabulous treats to eyes..

MiniBinoy  – (May 17, 2011 at 9:52 AM)  

OMG!!! plssss dont tempt me like thissss!!!

Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets  – (May 17, 2011 at 1:15 PM)  

Okay now this is just mean! I'm drooling on my keyboard with no amazing Greek treats nearby to satisfy my craving. What you described as baklava cheesecake sounds DIVINE!!

Rama  – (May 18, 2011 at 1:32 PM)  

The Greek deserts makes me drool. You presentation has literally taken me to the festival except that I cannot get to eat it and get to the monitor. Thanks for the excellent pictures.

Ushnish Ghosh  – (May 20, 2011 at 10:39 PM)  

Dear Pavithra
How are you? I am here after a long time. I like the photos and the presentations. Let me go backward and see what all i missed
have a nice weekend

ελία βεβία  – (September 30, 2012 at 3:51 PM)  

ευχαριστώ :) hehe . greetings from Greece !

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