Vegetarian Christmas
Kounoupithi Yiahni or Tomato Stewed Cauliflower. A traditional Greek food

If you are reading this, you’re probably trying to get to a post that has mysteriously disappeared. You may be clicking a Pinterest link, a Facebook link, or maybe a Google search entry.

On 14th November 2018, my blog host had a BIG BIG problem with his server. Basically, it broke, and took the backups with it. At the time of writing, 26th November 2018, I have the site back up on the web, but it’s a version from the end of November 2017.

So, I now have the huge job of trying to replace all the posts from that time to this, and it’s going to take a quite a while to do, so please be patient with me, it’s a lot of work!

In the meantime, anything that hasn’t been put back on the blog yet will come here. Many apologies and I hope it isn’t too inconvenient.

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Vegetarian Christmas
Kounoupithi Yiahni or Tomato Stewed Cauliflower. A traditional Greek food