Pickled Samphire and Anchovies salad

SAMPHIRE SALADThis is simply the smell and taste of the sea on a plate. I've had pickled samphire as a starter back in Greece. We call it Κρίταμος there, and if you are lucky you can find it in a fish taverna. We served this salad as part of our summer menu and everybody loved it.  Samphire is a plant that grows next to the sea and its taste is unique. You can use it on fish and seafood dishes or you can pickle it like we did. The pickling of the samphire is an easy process and you will be rewarded for the 24 hours wait ;) 

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Honey & Thyme Roasted Leg Of Lamb

This is the recipe for our leg of lamb from Greece that we served on our "Summer is in the air" menu. The result is a succulent piece of lamb with the aromas of the Greek Thyme and honey that we used. You can serve it with the nectarine salad  and new potatoes as we did. Hope you will enjoy it or if you want to try it made by us check out the next Supper Freek Events! We are waiting for your feedback!

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