Avgolemono is a delicious Greek soup simply made, as the name suggests, with eggs and lemon.
It is a traditional meal in Homer’s country and every Yaya (grandmother) in Greece prepares it for her grandchildren at home.
Here’s the Recipe for the Authentic Avgolemono Soup!
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Caesar Salad was invented on the 4th of July by a man named Cesare Cardini.
On the year 1924, the Italian American restaurateur ran its business in Tijuana, Mexico, to escape the madness of Prohibitionism. Having run out of food for the weekend, Mr. Cesare ingeniously crafted a daily special using olive oil, eggs, romaine lettuce and bread for his hungry customers. The dish became an instant success and was exported to the US as the Caesar Salad we know today.
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The traditional Tortilla Española, or Spanish Tortilla, got this name from its round shape, similar to a small torta (cake). A close relative of the Italian frittata and the French omelette, Spanish Tortilla is, in fact, an egg preparation with the addition of potatoes and onions and has nothing to do with its Mexican homonymous!
Many are the versions of the original recipe, but the most famous and the most traditional one is Tortilla de Patatas, or Tortilla with Potatoes.
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France and Spain both claim to have invented Mayonnaise.
While it is debatable that a Spaniard from the city of Mahon came up with the idea of emulsifying egg yolks and oil, French is the merit to have turned this ingenious sauce into a worldwide success.
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