I am an experimental archaeologist-food historian, who recreates Greek historical recipes using ancient or modern techniques.
In 2009 I founded Greek Culinary History & Cooking Adventures to create interactive, edible experiences that bring historical Greek gastronomy to life through synesthesia (union of the senses) as well as explore the relationship between art and food.
My work takes many forms, including pop-up dinners, experiments, lectures, historic cooking courses, edible installations, and food walking tours.
I am the author of a Gourmand award-winning cookbook, The Language of Taste, which is a dictionary (in Gr.) of the history and culture of Greek food and the founder and organizer of the biennial Symposia of Greek Gastronomy (conference).
You can also find me at www.historyofgreekfood.weebly.com and www.historyofgreekfood.eu.