Santorini Tomato Keftedes with Feta and Wild Oregano

At the beginning of my adult life, I spent a lot of time exploring the Greek Islands. I did pretty much all of them from Paxos and Corfu to the North to Santorini and Rhodes in the South. I was drawn to the azure sea, the oregano-covered mountains, the tiny beaches, the glamorously bearded Greek academics…

Greek Melitzanosalata, Roasted Aubergine Dip

As many of you already know, my very favourite way to eat is to place several dishes across the table alongside a pile of bread and last night was no exception. We enjoyed a couple of left over stuffed peppers from last week’s gallery menu – I don’t throw anything away, I merely repurpose it; luscious Santorini tomato keftedes…

Santorini Fava Dip with Capers

In the UK, fava is the name we give to the broad bean. However, in Greece, fava is a dearly loved dish of puréed yellow split peas, the most prized of which come from Santorini, an island that is also justly proud of the incredible tomatoes that local cooks use to make their seriously delicious tomato keftedes. It must be something…