GenietheSpiceGoddess

Greek and European Spices and Recipes

147 Sales

GenietheSpiceGoddess

Greek and European Spices and Recipes

147 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(37)
Genie Patterson

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Genie Patterson

Ouzo Cake Recipe
$2.00
Melomakarona Greek Christmas Cookie Recipe
$2.00
Salmon and Rice Dish Recipe
$2.00
Greek Salad with Gryo on Top Recipe
$2.00
Greek Salad with Chicken Kabob Recipe
$2.00
Greek Salad "Salata a la Greque" Recipe
$2.00
Hummus Dip
$2.00
Bechamel Sauce
$2.00
Greek Coffee
$2.00
Vasilopita Greek New Years Bread Recipe
$2.00
Cherry Spoon Sweet Recipe
$2.00
Paximadia (biscuits) Recipe
$2.00
Mary Gekas Greek Olive Recipe
$2.00
Kourabiedes (Greek Butter Cookies) Recipe
$2.00
Koulourakia Recipe
$2.00
Tsatziki Sauce (The Greek basic sauce) Recipe
$2.00
Greek Pastitsio Lasagna Recipe
$2.00
Spanakopita "Spinach Pie" Recipe
$2.00
Baklava Greek Family Recipe
$2.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(37)
coletita631

coletita631 on Feb 8, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Woaw !!! I can´t wait to bake it ! Thank you !

coletita631

coletita631 on Jan 8, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Don´t get into panic if you receive only at first a short lovely story about this cake, but today I received the recipe on my emai and it looks GREAT !!! Many thanks ! EXCELLENT !!! A +++

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About

Introducing Genie the Spice Goddess

Introducing Genie the Spice Goddess
Genie Gekas, aka Genie the Spice Goddess, does her lineage proud by
sharing her culinary tradition with the world. Born into a Greek
family in Tucson, Arizona, she learned to cook while standing on a
stool, learning culinary secrets, in her parents’ 5-star restaurant,
the celebrated Palomino. Her mother combined talents in the kitchen
with abundant hospitality to make everyone feel welcome and happy.
Genie’s father had been the master chef in 15 restaurants, both Greek
and European, and set a lofty standard in a family known for
competitive cooking.

Genie’s heritage—the Sfarnas clan in Greece

Feasting with Genie the Spice Goddess
Growing up, Genie the Spice Goddess loved the Sunday dinners in her
home, with at least 15 people sitting to down to a weekly feast.
Holidays were even bigger events – and only Genie, her brother Jimmy,
and her sister Kiki can attest to how great the food was every single
day.

Her son Kristofer O’Dowd became a football star in high school, and
Genie the Spice Goddess and her husband Dick hosted 30-40 ravenous
players every weekend for unusually delicious cookouts. Now Kristofer
is the star center at USC (go, Trojans!), and she still makes sure
that he and his enormous teammates eat well.

Genie the Spice Goddess’ community
Genie the Spice Goddess is dedicated to her work in the Greek Orthodox
Church. She and her family are active every year in the Greek
Festival, a major cultural event. People from every background show up
in droves for this cultural and culinary taste of Greece.

Always experimenting with new flavors and dishes, Genie the Spice
Goddess created Greek Village Market so she could share her family’s
Greek cooking traditions with you and your family. Although she
learned the “pinch of this and a pinch of that” approach to seasoning,
she’s scrupulous in the measurements for her packaged seasonings, so
you’ll always enjoy the best of Genie the Spice Goddess’s Greek herb
and spice culinary blends.

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