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November 18, 2008

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Jeff

Sounds real yummy. But I must learn to pronoumce it first!!! Pls don't beat me up !

Laura

Sounds like the perfect meal on cold winter days. Thanks for sharing, Anastasia

Sophia

Good morning Anastasia mou. Hope things are better at your work this week. Thanks for sharing this recipe which is much more simple than the one I have. The first time I made youvarlakia, I made the mistake to let them boil...και μου έκοψε το αβγολέμονο

walid

Habebti.
That is very good to do.I will cook it for my lunch today. I will hit two birds in one stone trying it, thank you for teaching me a new type of soup and it will help my flu. Specially it got lemon juice .
Love you with all my heart.

Lucy

Excellent idea, Anastasia mou, especially now that is getting chillier at night. I've never made that one before but as we all love soup in my family, I'll certainly give it a try. Have a lovely day.

Haruko

I have just come back home from work and i am starving. Your yummy blog makes me even more hungry. I wish I could grab your delicious soup and eat it right away!

Nikos N

Thank you for reminding me that it's been a very long time to eat yiouvarlakia. I love them ! I can eat the whole pot by myself lol !

Stefania

Yum! I can almost smell the dill and the mint. Great combination with the lemon juice. I have planned to try your recipe for the Sunday lunch and you are invited to join us

Janne

What a delicious soup this must be with all the aromatic seasonings. Thanks for sharing. I will try to make it and tell you the result if it is a successfull

walid

Habebti.
Hello it was very good, and easy to cook.
It kept me warm, I will eat more tonight adding more lemon juice to it, as far as I love lemon.
Love you. Take care ,Hope you are doing great,two more days and you will get use to the work.God Bless.

Tina

Wow wee, does that ever look good!! I am printing it out right after I post this comment. I am making chicken soup today, but....will try your recipe very soon(have my brother's family coming to stay with me next week and this wuld be nice to have for them)

Alexia

My dear Anastasia, as I had told you in a previous comment, I thought I knew most Greek foods because of my work - I am still the area manager for Greece and Cyprus. But your Monday blogs on Greek cooking introduced me to many other foods which I have never seen in Greek restaurants or taverns and I think this is a pity because they look so delicious. I don't cook much because of my limited free time but even when I do, I seem to fail soups. Youvarlakia sounds quite easy. I will try to make it. Filakia

Lakis

To tell you the truth, sugar, I never liked youvarlakia. I generally dont like soups with meat in them...although I am a great meat lover. But I like my meat grilled not ...boiled! My favourite soup is trahanas with lots of halloumi cheese in it.

walid

Habebti.
Hello may I ask you a favor, please tell me how to do the Trahanas,trahanas sounds very good and tasty,as far as it got Halome cheese in it.
With all my Love Walid.

Raina

Thank you very much for sharing this recipe. It looks easy to make and must be very aromatic. In Lebanon, our traditional soup is with lentils and lot of greens. We eat it with some warm pita bread. Is very healthy and very delicious.

Lisa

Have you ever heared of our Italian wedding soup? Well, it includes meatballs as well with veal ground, pork ground, beef ground, salt, pepper, bread crumbs, farina, eggs beaten, milk, parsley flakes, garlic powder, butter, romano or parmesan cheese and FRITTATA CUBES. Very rich and very aphrodisiac ..lol ! Also it is very tasty. I like your recipes because they are strange for me but also mostly easy to make. Hope the rest of the week goes well for you, my friend.

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