Friday, August 27, 2010

I'm not that hungry...for now.

So I posted some of our holiday pics on Facebook the other day and got a lot of great comments from friends and family about how enjoyable our holiday looked. True enough. But then I also got a few comments about how much food/eating/drinking there was in our pics. I guess I hadn't really realized it but it looks like our entire vacation revolved around food and eating. Pictures don't lie. Apparently we spent the whole 5 weeks chowing down in restaruants, tavernas, at our home or at friends homes.  Is that so bad?...only for those who don't enjoy gaining massive amounts of weight I suppose.....

{Out for dinner with the family at a Taverna, that's my Mama beside me}

{Husband and his brother}
{ With sister-in-law out for dinner with the whole family at another Taverna}

{Cousins from Canada enjoying the wine a bit too much!}

{Another day another dinner out}

{Eating at my Mother-in-law's village. Rustic setting but some seriously tasty food!}
{Seafood pasta with Lobster and Octopus}

{At Husbands mom's village, Petravouni}

{Another Taverna with friends from Canada}

{ Husband, a cousin and Kid #2's second birthday party bonanza at our house}

{ 40 people anxious for cake-time}



{My mother in law would kill me if we didn't feed our guests "properly"}

{Cake time!  2 cakes to celebrate 3 birthdays. Apparently you can get a birthday cake with your fave soccer team's logo, and fake leaves, and ribbons, and soccer trophies?! Only in Greece...}

{Out for drinks with my sister-in-laws BFF's}

{Friends over for coffee on the patio}

{My SIL cooks up a mean Octopus (well he's not mean anymore...)}


{Our last dinner at our house, BBQ for 15 people}

 Needless to say that the diet is back on like Donkey Kong. I honestly didn't gain that much weight due to running around after the kids, housework, and sweating profusely in 40 degree celcius weather.
The food in Greece is fabulous and when my mother-in-law is cooking if you don't eat everything on your plate she'll give you the guilt/stink-eye combo. Reason enough to eat up! And honestly, it's not really that hard...
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13 comments:

Suburban Princess said...

Good grief I think I got a bit fatter just reading this!!!

Looks like lots of fun tho! But how does one get any alone time?

Sara Louise said...

The lobster and octopus pasta looks amazing!

DeefromCG said...

Guess what we did in France...eating and drinking (haha!) and I was soooo content, no bad conscience at all. Now I´m sweating at the gym, bleeh. You look amazing!

Blushingloves said...

I can see why you are not hungry now!!They all look delicious!!!haha!
xxxx

Hilary said...

all that food looks fabulously delicious! I want to go to Greece one day and explore. Looks like you had so much fun :)
xoxo

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Pop Champagne said...

omg 40 degrees! too hot for me! but great to see you again! yumm octopus, that looks delicious.

Loukia said...

Yes, yes, yes - Greece and Greeks are all about the food and eating and drinking and enjoying every second! :) Fabulous pictures!

Pres. Kathy said...

Okay - now you made me hungry! I miss Greece so much!

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20 York Street said...

This looks like our kinda birthday parties! The food is just non-stop!

xoxox,

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Chicago Mom (Heather) said...

I love Greece! So jealous you go every summer!

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