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Baklava
Thirty or more nut-filled, paper-thin layers of filo glazed in a spicy honey-based syrup make this the king of desserts. Every country in the Near East claims baklava as its own.
 
 
Kataife
Delicious shredded nut pastries - a variation of baklava

Koulourakia
Small sesame twists of butter cookies, with a light sugar glaze. Perfect (and traditional) with coffee.
 
 
Kourambiedes
Powdered sugar covered crescent-shaped butter cookies that melt in your mouth. They are served at weddings, at Christmas, and on special occasions, such as namedays and holidays . . . and Festivals!

Melomakarona
A cookie drenched in honey and sprinkled with a spiced nut mixture.
 
 
Paximadia
Little toasted cookies with the distinctive flavor of almonds. Great with coffee.

Galactoboureko
Filo pastry filled with a delicious custard filling and covered with a honey-based syrup.
 
  (camera shy)Indokarido

Coconut-dusted semolina cake dipped in syrup . . . and other delicious dessert pastries sold throughout the Festival grounds.
 

Download the recipes of your favorite Greek dishes.

  • Moussaka
  • Fasolatha
  • Rice Pilaf
  • Dolmades