10 September, 2010

Greek "Tost" & Greek Crepe

Snacking in Hydra Town. We ate these in one of the port side cafeterias. Don't remember the name.


The word come from "Toast" in English, but Greek "toast" (pronounced 'tost') is always a hot sandwich with cheese (and cheap ham) inside.

You think the combination of bread and cheese cannot go wrong, but you are underestimating the deadly combination of long-preserved bread and cheap sliced cheese and ham.

We had also Crepe with cheese, ham and tomato.

It looks terrible, but tasted actually quite good; it was a home-made pancake sort of goodness.

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