Opa! Yamas! Halara! There are so many Greek words to admire. Here are a handful of the many Greek words that have an extra special place in my heart.
Siga Siga: What’s the meaning of the Greek phrase and how to embrace it
Siga Siga, pronounced see-gah, see-gah, translates into “slowly slowly.” It’s a way to signal someone to slow down. Walk instead of run. Sip instead of chug. Linger instead of hurry.
Cinnamon Spice Koulourakia “Greek Easter Cookies” Recipe
There’s something special about Koulourakia cookies (pronounced koo-loo-rah-kee-ah).
A Love Letter to Crocheting and All Activities that Unleash Your Inner Child
My Yiayia (Grandma in Greek) taught me how to crochet when I was eleven-years-old.