This experience was such a special time for my husband and me. It went WAY beyond what I thought it would be. The hosts Kostas and Anna are amazing at making you feel welcome and comfortable. We were fed so much food… we ate our way through this experience. We were greeted with fresh from the oven bread that had little pieces of chocolate throughout it… the smell and the taste were out of this world! We then were shown how to make a cheese pie and a spinach pie. Costas has learned to make them in a way that is so easy that you can make them easily in 30 minutes. I was excited about this and think I will be able to replicate it at home. The baklava we made was also easy and so yummy. Kostas even gave us suggestions of ways we could switch up the recipe. You can tell he is passionate about baking and loves to express his creativity though his craft. The bakery is also a place for local villagers to have their bread baked in the large oven or even to have food cooked for them instead of heating up their ovens. Today that is what happened. A local family was harvesting grapes and had Kostas cook their meal. When it was lunch time, Anna asked if we would like to go with her to deliver the food to the vineyard, of course we said yes! We were able to meet the dozen or so people that were harvesting and they invited us to eat with them and shared wine and raki. They were so hospitable to us. We may have not spoken the same language, but we had a great time visiting them. If you want an authentic, non “touristy” experience, DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!!!link
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