An Introduction to Cyprus

Cyprus Introduction

Cyprus! I am blown away.

In my all too brief 4 days on the island I did, saw and experienced so much.

I have many stories to tell, photos to share and recipes to write.  But first an introduction and a taste of things to come!

Cyprus Introduction

I discovered a wonderful country full of tradition, heritage, history and delicious food.

I shopped in the markets, cooked with a television chef and made halloumi in the mountains.   I met a Cypriot food historian and philosopher.  I discovered wonderful new ingredients.

I saw the birthplaces of both Gods and Goddesses, marvelled at Byzantine frescos and ancient mosaics, stood in an amphitheatre and heard my voice resonate.

I paddled in the Mediterranean, stayed in the mountains, picked fruit in a modern-day Garden of Eden.

Cyprus Introduction

I ate well! From modern Cypriot cuisine, seemingly endless mezze and traditional dishes of beans and lentils.  I drank well – local wines, beers and Commandaria, named after the Knights of St John.

More stories will be told, but I had to introduce you first.

Fuss Free Flavours was the guest of the Cyprus Tourism Organisation.  Many thanks for a visit which blew me away.

Visit the Fuss Free Flavours Giveaways Page for a chance to win some amazing prizes!

Comments

  1. says

    It sounds like you had a great time Helen. As you know I love Cyprus. There is indeed so much to see. It’s a beautiful country, from the Turkish Cyprus of the north to the Greek Cyprus of the south. I love the traditional bean dishes, but nothing beats the village bread.

    Blog looking fab Helen!

  2. Heidi Roberts says

    I used to live in North London where there is a large Greek Cypriot community and lived all the food and drink and culture – the next best thing to being there! Sounds like you had a fab time!

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