The name Tselementes has been synonymous with Greek food. In 1910 Nicholas Tselementes a well-known chef from the island of Sifnos wrote the first Greek Cookbook which became every housewife's cooking bible for over sixty years. The book sold over 100,000 copies in 10 editions by the time Tselementes died in 1958.
Through his classic books he taught generations of Greek cooks the finer points not only of traditional Greek cooking but also combinations of Greek and Western European cooking. This is the most recent publication of his original cooking encyclopedia.
in English. SoftCover. 239 pages.