Tonia Buxton is a Greek Cypriot television presenter and author. She is the host of the Discovery Channel Travel & Living show My Greek Kitchen, which as of 2012 is shown in the UK on TLC. We caught up with her to discuss business and cooking, of course.
Tonia Buxton is a Greek Cypriot and presenter of the award-winning TV series on Discovery Channel, ‘My Greek Kitchen’. She’s also the author of Tonia’s Greek Kitchen and will be in Paul Hollywood’s new series, ‘Paul’s Family
On Thursday I was invited to La Cucina Caldesi to attend a cookery class hosted by TV chef and food writer Tonia Buxton and my chums at Total Greek Yoghurt. I was pretty sure the day was
The Mediterranean diet is a beautiful example of centuries old healthy eating. Rich in seasonal vegetables and fruit, olive oil, natural yogurt, whole grains, nuts, fresh seafood and poultry, and even red wine, it celebrates
I was lucky enough to be a guest of FAGETotal Greek yoghurt last week, where I spent the day with the amazing and hilarious TV cook Tonia Buxton, learning how to prepare some beautiful, traditional Greek dishes.
Guess what’s happening on Monday 10th of June? We are having the launch event of our new company Kitchen Nomad – world cuisine delivered monthly. Come meet us at the Real Greek restaurant in Marylebone
In this year’s World Travel Market in London the events that were the most sought after and the advertising leaflets first to go were the ones concerning what each destination had to offer in terms
We’re all anticipating the summertime or waiting for spring to, well erm… spring, at least. But until the sun puts its hat on The Real Greek have brought us some Mediterranean heat to warm our
Out-of-home visits for lunch and afternoon snacks have dropped by six per cent over the past two years as breakfast and early evening meals are proving more popular, up by three and 12 per cent
Christmas shopping – who needs it? The massive crowds, the Christmas carols on repeat, the compulsive buying of stuff that the giver probably can’t afford and the recipient probably does not want. Hellish. So you