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Kayelle 07-07-2020 02:07 PM

Santorini Tomato Fritters (Tomatokefedes)
 
This post I made at the dinner thread reminded me of the rest of our meal.
Tomatokeftedes

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As a matter of fact I impressed the Souschef on our wedding day by boning our freshly caught fish at the table of the charming little open air restaurant on a rocky beach in Santorini Greece. Oh, that picture perfect place was known only to the locals and I'll never forget it.
I found a picture in our files...The restaurant building itself was
made of beach rocks, and filled with families eating and playing Greek music and dancing.
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Here's the rest of the story. I've made them several times over the last 12 years, and with our home grown dense tomatoes this year, it's time for them again....

https://www.dianekochilas.com/recipe...mato-fritters/

dragnlaw 07-08-2020 07:21 AM

I will be keeping an eye out for the perfect Roma's! They look and sound delish. Have copied the recipe! Thanks Kayelle,

and the beach restaurant looks a little chilly at the moment but with our hot humid weather now it sure looks perfect!

Kayelle 07-08-2020 12:02 PM

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Originally Posted by dragnlaw (Post 1629321)
I will be keeping an eye out for the perfect Roma's! They look and sound delish. Have copied the recipe! Thanks Kayelle,

and the beach restaurant looks a little chilly at the moment but with our hot humid weather now it sure looks perfect!


Actually the picture was taken in November, and the temp was similar to home in the high 60's to low 70's in Nov. and never any humidity anytime.

Ventura county here brags that we have the climate of Greece. It's very rare to have humidity above 40%

Roll_Bones 07-09-2020 10:52 AM

Looks like a wonderful trip and I'm sure you have great memories.

Kayelle 07-09-2020 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Roll_Bones (Post 1629409)
Looks like a wonderful trip and I'm sure you have great memories.


Thanks RB. It was a fabulous trip and wedding. I found another picture inside the restaurant. If you or anyone would like to read the whole story it can be found here...listed in reverse order, the latest trip being on top.
THereare stories of the trips we have taken, with the latest trip on top.

Our Trip Stories

Just Cooking 07-09-2020 04:18 PM

Lovely trip and wedding.. :smile:

Ross

Kathleen 07-09-2020 08:46 PM

Beautiful trip and wedding! Were there lots of broken plates? :smile:

larry_stewart 07-09-2020 08:50 PM

Wow, after seeing those pics, I wish I liked to fly :smile:

dragnlaw 07-10-2020 09:27 AM

Thank you for sharing! What a lovely trip. Your descriptions and photo's are inspiring for history!


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