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nm1999

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What do you usually serve for desserts at Greek Easter? I'm invited to a socially distanced Greek Easter gathering but I've never been to an easter party before, and I want to bring a dessert. Thanks
 

The Local Favour

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Greek Easter is an all-you-can-eat feast so I recommend to bring something refreshing that will go well with the lamb in your stomach!
If you can find baklava, ravani or "portokalopita" (served with ice cream) it would be great. Personally, I would enjoy more a strawberry shortcake or a lemon meringue tart.
 
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greggd12

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Greek Easter is an all-you-can-eat feast so I recommend to bring something refreshing that will go well with the lamb in your stomach!
If you can find baklava, ravani or "portokalopita" (served with ice cream) it would be great. Personally, I would enjoy more a strawberry shortcake or a lemon meringue tart.
Ravani is a great option! It's a bit more light and perfect to pair with heartier meats
 

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