It’s been so long since my last post and I feel terrible about this. I can assure you it’s not because I’m lazy or anything, but I’ve been busy working/traveling/hosting Sunday lunch! The latter is actually taking place today and there’s a cooking fever in my kitchen!
My friends from work are coming over for lunch, and feeding friends is very close to my heart (as you may know.. I mean check the blog name.. or the About me section..)! 🙂
So, what am I cooking?? Surprise, surprise: PLENTY!
Hmm… What can I say about this dish?… How can I effectively describe the deliciousness?… How can I explain the nostalgia it’s causing?… Hmm…
Maybe if I place here a photo, and say that it tastes like an explosion of spring and summer in your mouth?
And for the nostalgia? Well, I’ll just insert another photo here. One that shows the place, where most often my family eats this food, prepared exquisitely by my mother. With all the vegetables straight from our garden, which my father so efficiently takes care of. 😀
Sigh.. Enough with the talking to myself! (I anyway do that more often than I should.)
Rice stuffed vegetables, or Yemista as we call it in Greece, is right up there in my top 2 favorite dishes. EASILY. I hardly ever wait until it’s served. Taking bites standing on top of the tray is my thing. Ask my parents!