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Friday, July 11, 2008

Greek Cheese Primer Audio Interview

Halloumi cheese on the grill - Click to Enlarge Image

Recently, I had the pleasure of conversing with Chef Mark Tafoya of the Culinary Media Network about Greek cheese plus a few other related topics. The audio file can be heard or downloaded at Chef Mark's ReMARKable Palate web site. Click here visit the episode page and listen to our chat.

Kali Orexi! (Bon Appetit)

Sam Sotiropoulos
Greek Gourmand™
Greek Food Recipes and Reflections
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Peter M said...

Sam, this podcast was a wonderful primer on Greek cheeses and great exposure for Greek food at large.

Hope you're kickin' back up north and catching me some fish! ;)

Peter G said...

Sam you're so knowledgeable! You raised some great points in the podcast and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Amy said...

Ooh I've been wanting to try grilled haloumi forever. I'll have to check this out!

Sorina said...

Now this looks fantastic

Ivy said...

Sam, thanks for visiting my blog today and gaving me the chance to hear your podcast. It was a great lesson for all of us. We are on the same wave line as I am at the moment discussing my new web site and have the same plans as you do. Kali epitychia.

vonsachsen said...

Perfect! I have a packet of haloumi in my fridge so I really look forward to listening the podcast (ummm...I am at work right now...) and having some nice ideas for how to cook it:)

cj said...

It gets more and more delicious here every time I visit!

Sam Sotiropoulos said...

Peter - Thank you, I am glad you thought so! As for the fish... I brought you back a trout! :)

Peter G - I am glad you enjoyed the podcast, I really enjoyed giving the interview and I think Mark did an excellent job!

Amy - You will not regret it!

Sorina - Thanks for dropping by and commenting, halloumi is excellent, and if you get a chance to try it, I highly recommend it.

Ivy - I am happy to hear you enjoyed the podcast and I wish you the best of luck with your venture as well! :)

vonsachsen - I hope you enjoy the podcast, and the halloumi in your fridge! I am sure that it will be delicious any way you decide to prepare it.

cj - I am glad to hear it! I look forward to hearing from you on your future visits as well! I don't know how I missed subscribing to your blog, but have done so now and I look forward to perusing your postings as "Lascivious Cooking" is right up my alley! ;)

farida said...

Sam, I just listened to your interview and liked it a lot. Learned a lot about you, about Greece and Greek food:) You did a great job! Congratulations!

Sue said...

Hi Sam
I have given your blog an award. Please visit my blog to claim it.

David Hall said...

Really interesting Sam!

ΕΛΕΝΑ said...

Sam, what a "tasty" blog!!
You are a really greek gourmand:)
I really enjoy visiting blogs like yours:))

Sam Sotiropoulos said...

Farida - thank you for your kind words of encouragement. I was pleased to learn of your own interview with the Arab Times Kuwait newspaper! Way to go!

Sue - Thank you! I am humbled by the award and I truly appreciate the recognition. It was a most pleasant surprise.

David - I am glad you found it interesting, thanks for your support!

ΕΛΕΝΑ - Thank you! Please visit as often as you like. :)

Lore said...

Very informative just like your posts! I really enjoyed the interview and I now need to find some halloumi ;)

ΛΑΜΠΡΟΣ (Lambros) said...

Hi Sam !!!
What a wonderful blog you have ... Gongratulation for your interview! It was really interesting.
Keep it that way,

eleni said...

Hi Sam!

I just found your blog! What a wealth of information! I just wanted to refresh my memory about how to make gemista as my mom is in Cyprus right now. I'll be checking back often.
Thanks, Eleni

Liliana said...

I really enjoyed listening to your podcast. It sure was a learning experience about Greek cheese. The only one I buy is feta (one of my family's favourites - the other one is 'King' Parmigiano-Reggiano). Your blog has now become my source to learn about Greek cuisine and history.

Great job!

Sue said...

Sam, I would never have thought to use Halloumi cheese on Pizza. I loved your podcast, your so knowledgeable and your historical tidbits on your blog keep me coming back for more.

Kristina said...

Hi Sam - coming out of lurkdom to let you know that I really enjoy your blog. Good to know that there are other greek-canadian toronto bloggers out there, and the photos and recipes are wonderful. Even my mother approves!

Sto kalo,