Gousta is open again. Every day, except Mondays, from 6 to 12. Near the old olive factory.
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With a lot of patience and a little luck (we did not burn the milk with the rice) we managed to cook some ρυζόγαλο/rice pudding. We would like to take a plate tomorrow to the party in town because the crew of the Trates/τράτες need to be fed with healthy things. Ρυζόγαλο is one them.
The lemon trees and many other fruit trees were damaged on the island. They bear fruit that is very ripe so lemonade, jam and preserve recipes were taken out of the recipe folder again!
From Susan; Another way to use them is slice them and put into a jar. Add olive oil and coriander seeds. Keep for 3 months or so and use with chicken dishes, North African or middle eastern recipes….. Delicious!!
This year was not a great year for olives but it sure is a fantastic year for lemons. These branches on this lemon tree are so full we are afraid they will break. They are soo heavy. These two lemon trees have enough lemons to start a business. Time to get the recipe for lemonade out of the cupboard!
Then imagine our relief when, passing it some days later, it turns out the shop had only been cleared to install a new window display, and to introduce a notable change in stocking policy. Out go the muesli and the modest kitchen-cupboard staples; in come a wider range of drinks, alcoholic and non, a larger range of exotic condiments, as well as an expanded confectionery range. Most intriguing is the wide range of loose ground spices, probably the best on the island, which may be joined by herbs at a later date. As we approach a period of the year when some people give others presents to celebrate some religious holiday or other, the display also features small present options and gift baskets in the form of funky workmen’s toolboxes that you can fill yourself.
Some photos from the Stafylofest in Glossa on Friday evening. A nice initiative from the Sporades Center in Glossa.
Because of a memorial service on Saturday morning, the children will now do an art class at 10 in the Sporades Center, attend the memorial and then go to the vineyard to make more drawings with with visiting Artist Judith M. Atkinson from Langara College.