Monthly subscription food box from Corinth, Evia, Athens & Corfu
1) MARINATED ESCARGOTS
2) HANDMADE GOJI BERRY TRAHANAS
3) ORANGE MARMALADE WITH CRANBERRY AND CARROT
4) SOFT NOUGAT BAR
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Snails have high nutritional and therapeutic value. Eating them regularly protects against heart diseases and contributes to the proper functioning of the thyroid gland and immune system. They are a source of omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and sodium. Also, they are low in calories, they are suitable for diabetics and are rich in vitamins since they contain niacin with beneficial effects on the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Last but not least, they are a delicious appetizer and a perfect side dish for ouzo or grappa, coming from a traditional Greek recipe. All you need to do is open the jar and enjoy!
Trahanas is a traditional Greek dish and it is an evolution of the Greek roman porridge. A unique and pure handmade product, without additives or preservatives. In this particular product the traditional trahanas -made of sheep milk and flour- is combined with goji berry, a “superfood” that originates from China and has various vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Low in calories and fat, but with a rich taste and nutritional value, this is a great product that you will definitely love.
A great marmalade with a special color due to the cranberries, slightly sour and with a strong taste of orange. It can be used a filling in sweet tarts, croissants and biscuits, as a topping on pies, and orange cakes. You will also love it with roasted pork, or in the famous duck a l’ orange recipe.
“Mandolato” is a sweet that came to Corfu from Venice during the Venetian occupation. It was the favorite sweet of the aristocracy. The name “mandolato” comes from the Italian word “mandorla” (almond) and it contains also honey, a small amount of sugar and meringue from egg whites. You can enjoy the mandolato along with your coffee or a snack during the day.
Another traditional sweet from the Ionian islands is the famous “mandola”. Mandolas are caramelized almonds. In the past, during the Venetian rule, almonds were abundant but sugar was not. Women from the Ionian islands came up with the idea of roasting almonds with a little bit of sugar, in order to easily prepare a sweet that they could offer to their guests. Colour was added later on, for beauty. Enjoy your mandolas any time of the day or treat your guests with this sweet and tasty delicacy.