Greek Easter Again

7 May

photo 1(3) - CopyLordy lou. Greek Easter: Episode 2 came and went in a flurry of filo dough. There are a lot of things I can (and will) say about my favorite day of the year…but first I need a long rest. Four full days of cooking hasn’t taken my will to live, but it has taken my will to write.

So before I regale you with hilarious stories of old friends, cooking crises, and a roof full of people, I want to use the teensy bit of groove that’s already come back to me to say thank you to some very important people!

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My dear friend ThisIsYourLifeNowKef deserves major props for making these beautiful, EMBOSSED signs and providing major moral support throughout the 4-day extravaganza.

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JetSet, well…. jetsetted down from NY to serve food for 15 minutes before he had to jet back up. Best garcon in town!

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SummitKef was so thoughtful and brought beautiful flowers that brightened up the hundreds of card tables she also arranged for- thank you!

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My favorite people continue to exist (and procreate), so that deserves a shout out.

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And BFKef didn’t kill me for decimating the entirety of our house. There was not one single surface without food or food prep this year in all of our 732 square feet. He is a patient man.

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  1. Back from Hiatus, With Dolmadakia! | Cooking Up Kefi - May 28, 2014

    […] Greek Easter Part II really took it out of me. The first week following the best day of the year had me too tired to leave the couch. Eventually the physical exhaustion of cooking for four days straight passed, but the mental exhaustion stuck– so May’s menu in Casa Kef has been a rotating cast of frozen peas and three second cauliflower. Luckily, I woke up this morning to a beautiful day, a fridge full of veggies, and a renewed interest in the fate of those vegetables– so we’re back! […]

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