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Old World Greek Style Yogurt Made In Connecticut

In Ansonia, Connecticut a young couple is making the state’s only authentic Greek yogurt, the kind you can stand a spoon up in, thick and creamy. Stani Dairy has only been in operation since 2016, but its yogurt is already in hundreds of stores and restaurants in four states…Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. Read more…

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My Favorite Place On The Planet ~ Santorini

This is a bucket list thing….Santorini, Greece. Beautiful, historic, #nothinglikeitanywhere. Look at the video and you will see why. Make sure you get there in your life time, it will change you. “A world of lava and earth, dominated by senses & myths… A hidden retreat that lies above the Aegean Sea…When a person hears Read more…

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Canaves Oia Hotel On The Greek Island of Santorini

I cannot tell you how magnificent this hotel is, you will have to see the Canaves Oia Hotel for yourself and the village of Oia on the Greek island of Santorini. Take a loved one, then you’ll understand. Romantic doesn’t even begin to describe this.

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Oia, Santorini Greece

This is my favorite place on the planet, the village of Oia on the Greek island of Santorini. Santorini is a volcanic island that rolls and shakes every once and awhile. The island has been the scene of very powerful earthquakes….one so huge that much of what was the island fell into the sea, many Read more…

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Allison Ermogenis Paints on a Greek Island

Long story short, I went to the ancient Greek volcanic island of Santorini more than a decade ago on a business trip with my husband and never got over it. For me it is the most amazing place on the planet. I have been lucky enough to return over and over again and even when Read more…

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It’s All Opa! To Me

Did someone mention Greek food? Well, if you go to the annual Odyssey Festival at Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church in Orange, Connecticut, it’s all about that Mediterranean fare. Let’s start with the pastries, life is short right? Heading up the baking team is pastry chairman, Helen Wachter, whom you’ll see in the video below. Read more…

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X-Factor Greece, Here I Come!

Jennie Antonakis of Branford, Connecticut has been singing since she was a little kid, it’s her passion it’s what she wants to do. Her specialties are pop and R&B. Something has just happened which could very well change the life of the 24-year old spunky, energetic, adorable Greek-Italian-American. Jennie tried out in New York City Read more…

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