Semolina from Macedonia to France

Food: The Way We Eat
The Drench Connection

An ancient crossroads between Europe and the East, Macedonia developed a vibrant cuisine. The Egnatian Way, stretching from the Adriatic to Constantinople, helped pave the way for a gastronomic exchange that still influences Mediterranean food today. Over the years, Macedonia’s port-side capital, Thessaloniki, became a safe haven for everyone from Christian pilgrims to Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition to refugees from Asia Minor. More ...
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