Greece@Anuga 2017 COLOGNE
07/10/2017 -
11/10/2017

ANUGA 2017

Cologne, Germany

Hall 10.2, Hall 10.1, Hall 8.1, Hall 4.2, Hall 2.2

Spoon Sweets

spoon-sweets

Called “glyka tou koutaliou” in Greece, spoon sweets, the colorful preserves of fruits, nuts, and some vegetables put up in sugar syrup, are age-old hallmarks of Greek hospitality and deliciously versatile products with applications way beyond dessert in the international kitchen.

These preserves are made in every season: delicately threaded orange peels, bergamot, citron, lemon, and bitter oranges in winter; apricots, cherries, and immature nuts such as walnuts and pistachios in late spring and early summer; sour cherries, sweet cherries, watermelon rind, pumpkin, even tiny eggplants and whole tomatoes in summer and early fall. They match well with cheese and yogurt.