Canadian Food Bloggers We Love: Kalofagas

Kalofagas – Greek Food & Beyond
Peter, Toronto, Ontario

How did you get into food blogging?
My blog was born in May of 2007, armed with a digital camera, some homegrown Greek recipes a desire to show how Greeks eat at home, be it in Greece or the Diaspora.

What is your ultimate foodie fantasy?
Spend a year or two in Greece to experience all four seasons. One of the highlights would be to partake and witness the olive oil harvest. I would love to place a slice of bread under a freshly pressed warm olive oil.

What are your top 3 favourite recipes on your blog?
SpanakopitaGrilled Lamb Chops, and Grilled Octopus.

Anything else you want to add.?
I ask that people look on the label when they buy Feta cheese. Real Feta cheese is made in Greece and it cotains either goat or sheep’s milk or a combo of both. Feta cheese is NOT made with cow’s milk. Ask for goat or sheep’s milk Feta and enjoy!

Thanks so much Peter for taking the time to be apart of our series. I actually had no idea about the difference between real and “fake” feta!

Don’t forget to follow Peter on his blog Kalofagas, on Twitter and on Facebook.

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