When you have more than one female in the same kitchen at the same time, there’s bound to be fireworks. That’s exactly what happened when two cooks decided to bake a Greek New Year’s cake.They agreed to use a recipe one of them found online because “it looks good”, but when they started making it, the process seemed a little unusual.
“The recipe says to add the flour now”, says one. “Forget the recipe”, says the other, “you always add eggs before flour”.
“No, that’s not what it says to do”, replied the other. And this banter went on until the cake was finally placed in the oven to bake.
Then they started making a Hellenic Republic’s Cypriot grain salad and that’s when the conversation got really heated.“You have to add the yoghurt dressing” says one. “But I don’t use the yoghurt dressing in my salad” says the other. “You have to because that’s the best part”, replied the other cook.
And this went on until one gave in and, if you happen to know the two cooks involved, you’d know which one got her way!
In the end, everything worked out great and the two cooks made up … well … that was until it came to cutting the vegetables, but that’s another story?