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family have been running Hondros Restaurant for over thirty years. Here is a brief interview with Jenny and her eldest son Yorko, now manager of Hondros. I see you have just renovated your restaurant. Yes, we have done a major overhaul. It was necessary, but all along keeping an eye on the main topic of keeping the traditional theme. It’s good that you are keeping the local tradition.



ndy and Jenny met each other while Andy was studying Fine Arts and Sculpture and Jenny was studying Radiography in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Andy opened “The Wooden Horse” a coffee shop near the University to fund his studies, which is where they met. They married in Nicosia in 1967, and a few months later returned to South Africa where they opened “The Castle Inn”, a restaurant and beer garden in Johannesburg. In 1972, they moved to Cyprus, settled down in Famagusta, when their lives were disrupted with the 1974 Turkish invasion, forcing them to return to South Africa. There, Jenny and Andy’s two sisters Lya and Maro, opened a Greek restaurant “The Three Sisters” in Johannesburg. Andy and Jenny returned to Paphos permanently, with their four children in 1980, where they took over the restaurant form its original owner Kokos “Hondros” (meaning the fat man) and kept the name and its tradition. They have been running it ever since. Andy simultaneously had many successful art exhibitions, won first prize at the International Biennale in Cairo, as well as writing three books of which the first was awarded with the State’s Literature Prize. The Hadjiadamos

Yes, not only the structure and furniture but the menu too has maintained its Cypriot taste. It is essential in this area for Cypriots and visitors, because so much has been lost of our local colour with the rapid development. What are your specialities? The menu. All our recipes derive from advice and help from family, mothers, aunts, cousins, etc, a lot of tasting and testing, it’s a continuous exercise in our kitchen. Our main menu stresses Cypriot specialities and seasonal foods such as Mousaka, Afelia, Yemista, Sheftalia and many more. We always cook Souvla and Suckling Pig of Feast Days with the related soups and side dishes. And in the background old and new Greek music complimenting our authentic atmosphere. What does the future hold for you? Hard work, attention to detail and, of course, taking care of our valued customers. Any dreams? Yes, we all hope to get financial sponsorship to help create a gallery to house the extraordinary works of Andy Hadjiadamos in Paphos so as to share his creativity with one and all.


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By Andy Clay Halloween Party Appetizers Monster Eyes INGREDIENTS: 3 cups all-purpose baking mix 1 pound ground hot pork sausage 1 8-ounce block Muenster cheese, shredded 1 7-ounce jar pimiento cheesestuffed Spanish olives Method: 1. Combine 3 cups all-purpose baking mix; 1 lb. ground hot pork sausage; and 1 (8-oz.) block Muenster cheese, shredded, in a large bowl until blended. Shape sausage mixture into 1 1/4-inch balls, and place on lightly greased baking sheets. Press 1 pimientostuffed Spanish olive (you’ll need 1 7-oz. jar) deeply into center of each ball. Bake at 400° for 15 to 18 minutes or until lightly browned.

Chicken Marsala

INGREDIENTS: 3 tablespoons butter, divided 1 cup pecan pieces, divided 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 4 skinned and boned chicken breasts (about 1 1/2 lb.) 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons olive oil 8 ounces assorted mushrooms, trimmed and sliced 2 shallots, sliced 3/4 cup chicken broth 1/2 cup Marsala 1/4 cup coarsely chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley

olf is a relatively new game to G the island of Cyprus, but is fast becoming a popular sport for al-

most everyone to enjoy. This trend can be argued, was influenced by the x-patriot community in the island, as well as, all those thousands of tourist-lovers of the sport, especially since Golf entered the Olympic Games officially. People in Cyprus realise that, this is a sport, which the whole family can learn together, especially on a driving range with a much more relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Playing golf, even with the various aspects of the game, it is actually easier than you think. It consists of playing a ball from the teeing ground into a hole on a green area marked by a flag. This is done in various ways depending on the length of the hole, which is defined by the distance from ‘tee’ to ‘green’. Each player is allowed up to 13 clubs and a putter (used on the green to guide the ball into the hole). Each club plays its part as the game of golf unfolds. All these skills can be practiced on a driving range to develop and improve a player’s ability before playing on any golf course. It is important therefore, to know what to practice. Each person is able to obtain a handicap by completing a number

Method: 1. Melt 1 Tbsp. butter in a small nonstick skillet over medium-low heat; add 2/3 cup pecans, and cook, stirring often, 4 to 5 minutes or until toasted and fragrant. 2. Process flour and remaining 1/3 cup pecans in a food processor until finely ground; place flour mixture in a large shallow bowl. 3. Place chicken between 2 sheets of heavy-duty plastic wrap; flatten to 1/4-inch thickness, using a rolling pin or flat side of a meat mallet. Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper; lightly dredge in flour mixture. 4. Melt remaining 2 Tbsp. butter with olive oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat; add chicken, and cook 2 to 3 minutes on each side or until golden brown and done. Remove chicken from skillet. 5. Add mushrooms and shallots to skillet; sauté 3 minutes or until mushrooms are tender. Add broth and Marsala to skillet, stirring to loosen particles from bottom of skillet. Bring mixture to a boil, reduce heat to medium, and cook, stirring occasionally, 5 minutes or until sauce is slightly thickened. Return chicken to skillet, and cook 1 to 2 minutes or until thoroughly heated. 6. Transfer chicken to a serving platter; spoon mushroom-Marsala mixture over chicken, and sprinkle with parsley and toasted pecans.

of rounds, which are marked on a scorecard by a member of the golf club. There are currently three golf courses in Cyprus, all in the area of Paphos. These are Minthis Hills, Secret Valley and Aphrodite Hills. Opening soon is ‘Elia’ golf course, designed by Nick Faldo. If we include the ‘Paphos Golf Driving Range & Academy’ we come to the conclusion that residents and tourists alike, have all the facilities to enjoy one of the greatest sporting challenges – GOLF! Because of the handicap system in golf, players at different levels can play a competitive game. This system allows men, women, and children to compete against each other; therefore, anyone of any age group can enjoy this fascinating game. Often frustrating, always demanding, golf is a worldwide-recognised sport, as a uniquely compelling game. One thing is for sure: once you played for the first time, you just want to play it again and again. This is why, by offering the facilities where residents and tourists can share their love for the game, will only enrich the products this island has to offer. Paphos Golf Range provided this article.


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to the family who once lived in this home. It is the simplicity of these domestic scenes that touch us and hint at the complex emotions that are evoked through the memory of simple and mundane everyday life.

An exhibition of recent work in Charcoal on Paper by Miriam Mc Connon Papageorgiou At the Rouan Gallery 28 Dodekanisou Street Limassol Tel: 25 350845 Opening Reception: Friday 14th October 2011 at 19.00 The exhibition will be opened by the Mayor of Limassol The exhibition will continue until 26th October Recent Work – ‘Traces of a Life” There is a familiar quality to Miriam Mc Connon Papageorgiou ‘s recent work, like they communicate something that is personal to us. Her drawings, large or small are dependent on patient observational skills and an attention to detail. The work is hugely atmospheric and exudes a nostalgia that is both beautiful and sad. In this exhibition,” Traces of a life”, Miriam has taken her inspiration for this series of drawings from an old Cypriot house that has recently being abandoned. On regular visits to the house she has recorded domestic scenes using charcoal on paper. These images all convey simple scenes containing the personal possessions and objects that belonged

In these domestic scenes, the artist highlights the pattern of objects, in some cases extending the pattern across the paper, until the pattern becomes the dominant part of the drawing. It is as if the artist wishes to give these simple scenes a precious, sacred status. The use of heavy pattern and decoration is reminiscent of the old manuscripts and Japanese prints that have had such an influence on Miriam’s work. The medium of drawing was an obvious choice for the artist to articulate these highly emotive domestic scenes. The tonal qualities of charcoal on paper give the images a sense of history, a sense of belonging to the past. The absence of colour gives rawness to the images, like they have been stripped bare. An intimacy is created between artist and subject through the intense process of observation and articulation using only line and shade. A truth is revealed through this process of drawing that has its own entity. The exhibition also includes scenes from the Green Line Partition in Nicosia. Miriam focuses on the physical qualities of the partition and the patterns that are formed from the rows of sandbags and barrels and wire fencing. Miriam has incorporated the pattern from the wire fence into some of her drawings, behind which these domestic scenes become encased or trapped. In doing so she allows the political partition to be mirrored by the more emotive domestic partition that holds so many of us in the past.

This series of drawings make us question the power that nostalgia has over us and its necessity in our lives. Biographical note Miriam Mc Connon Papageorgiou was born in Dublin, Ireland. She graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland in 1999 with a B.A in Fine Art Painting. In 2000 she completed a post-graduate diploma at the Cyprus College of Art, Lemba, Cyprus. It was then that she met her husband, a Cypriot from Paphos and they went to live in Ireland from the following three years. In Ireland Miriam worked in a well known studio called The Phoenix studio, with twenty other artists from around the world. She exhibited in galleries in Ireland and in London, England. She also worked as a tutor for the National gallery of Ireland, teaching painting and drawing. She also became involved in many community arts projects, teaching art in inner city communities, nursing homes for the elderly and a clinic for recovering drug addicts. In 2003 she returned to Cyprus me her husband and began working at a studio in Paphos. She has exhibited in Larnaca, Limassol, Nicosia and Paphos. Recently she also had group exhibitions in Ireland, New York and London. She has had three solo exhibitions, one in may 2008 at The Lemon Street gallery and one in 2008 and 2010 at The Apocalypse gallery, Nicosia.. Miriam’s paintings can be found in public and private collections in Ireland, Australia, USA, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, UK and Cyprus. In autumn 2009 her work was purchased by the Municipal art gallery in Nicosia and is now part of the Cypriot State collection.

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Euro zone Bailout – A Greek Tragedy Second to None By David R. Walker (Southboy)


n these difficult financial times, I often stress when I receive my bills especially my credit card bill. It’s awfully convenient to say charge any expense to my gold card and I will pay it off at the end of the month. The idea of creditors has been around since ancient times. It’s not a new concept suddenly invented in the 21st century. Even in biblical times there were moneychangers outside the Temple and Jesus had to chase them away from the place of worship. In October 1929 Wall Street crashed and mankind should have learnt their lesson. For what followed was the Great Depression lasting well into the mid 1930’s affecting the US and Europe and obviously all of the European colonies scattered around the globe. In 2008, Lehman Brothers collapsed in New York and everyone around the financial world watched in horror as a hugely powerful financial institution declared insolvency. Internationally a second recession followed which still is affecting the world’s financial communities today. In 2011 a Greek tragedy second to none is desperately trying

to be averted by the European Central Bank, the EU and the IMF as Greece is close to one of the scariest sovereign default which could lead the country into insolvency. Greece currently has a 353 billion Euro debt, and there I was worried about my credit rating. Greece’s debt is five times larger than Argentina which declared insolvency in 2001 when that South American country had a $95 billion debt. The stability of the Euro zone is deeply affected by Greece’s debt. Ireland and Portugal have already been bailed out by EU and the International Monetary Fund’s have done little to stabilize a sense of confidence in the Euro zone economy. Italians have an estimated debt of 1.6 trillion Euros and Spain with 656 Euros. I do recall travelling around Europe in 1993 and having to change money when crossing from Italy to Austria, I thought the idea of having so many different currencies in one’s own wallet rather fun at the time. In the past when each European country had its own currency as I experienced back in the early

1990s if one country was having a debt crisis it never affected its neighbours. It’s sort of like not worrying about your neighbour’s credit card bill but stressing more importantly about your own. So imagine a community where everyone’s credit is shared and if one person cannot pay their bills at the end of the month then the whole community gets affected? That’s a simplified version of what happened in the Euro zone economic crisis. The bailout is simply that Greece, Portugal and Ireland defaulted on their own loans and their richer and possibly shrewder counterparts in the Euro zone mainly France and Germany have had to bail them out through the EU and obviously with massive assistance from the IMF. The price of the second Greek bailout of 109 million Euro’s

by the EU and IMF for Greece would be to shrink the massive state organisation which is obviously the country’s biggest employer resulting in certain job losses. The Public sector needs to be shrunk and then Greece could possibly start a new trend of not defaulting on its loan repayments. Greece has vowed to stay in the Euro zone. It would set an awfully bad trend if the country would be asked to leave especially considering that Ireland and Portugal seem to have been saved. It would be like kicking out one of your neighbours from a community of credit when that community is held in high esteem. So while the recent G20 summit in Washington DC along with the IMF and the ECB are desperately seeking to avert a Greek insolvency crisis, I am going to draw

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up a spreadsheet of income and expenses and see if there is money left to pay my debts. Greece has until November when the next G20 summit takes place in Cannes to address their debt crisis. Throughout history, there have always been problems with credit repayments and now one of the most ancient nations of earth is suffering a similar dilemma since its first sovereign default by several lavish Greek municipalities in the 4th century BC. With all the financial problems of the Euro zone its quite startling to think that the African Union was considering a similar amalgamation of currencies. Eurozone bailout is a lesson for all spend money when they cannot afford to pay their creditors.

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Our Kind of Traitor by John leCarre

Reviewed by David R. Walker a.k.a. Southboy


ohn leCarre, master spy

Back in London at a plush flat

novelist’s latest work Our

in Bloomsbury Perry and Gail

Kind of Traitor is a fast paced

are grilled and questioned by

thriller about a young British

Luke Weaver and the myste-

couple, Perry Makepiece and

rious Yvonne, handlers under

Gail Perkins who while vaca-

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a game of tennis with a Rus-

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quarters in Nicosia, Cyprus

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branch of money laundering

mara invite them to their chil-

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day at the beach. Dima and Tamara with a shady retinue of children and dodgy uncles are staying at a ramshackle villa called Three Chimneys. Their twin son’s fourteenth birthday party in which Perry and Gail are invited turns into a propo-

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entire family to Britain and in

Friends with Benefits

Terrific on screen chemistry from the Big Apple to LA Reviewed by David R. Walker a.k.a. Southboy


riends with Benefits is a

by a witty, sometimes rude but


quirky 21st century come-



very direct script.

dy which pokes fun at romantic


As Timberlake and Kunis be-

comedies but ultimately suc-

come good friends in NYC,


cumbs to the formula which has

they decide to play tennis in

made this genre so popular.

other words have sex, hence

Mila Kunis from Black Swan is

the friendship with a nudge and

utterly delightful as the street

wink on the side. Friends with

for GQ and gorgeous

savvy New York head hunter

Benefits mid way through the

shots of the Big Apple’s

for the Olive Branch Recruit-

film was giving the impression

ment agency who organizes

skyline and a wonder-

that it was just about its two

a job for Dylan Harper played

leading stars, then the script-

fully comic scene at

with his usual boyish charm by

writers bring in Kunis’s dilly

Justin Timberlake seen in The

mother played by A-class char-

Social Network, arriving fresh

acter actress Patricia Clarkson

off the plane from LA as art di-

and Timberlake’s father, played

sex in both cities with

rector at GQ. While Timberlake

by the equally talented Richard

Timberlake and Kunis

is coming into his own as an

Jenkins from Eat, Pray, Love

actor and is appearing in many

doing a fine job at turn-

and The Visitor.

more films, it is certainly Ku-

ing the romantic com-

New York and LA feature as cit-

edy drama literally up-

ies with their own distinct char-

side down, with loads

acter, with New York outshining

of filmic and digital ref-

in terms of the most attractive

erences for the inter-

chemistry is brilliant between

destination. Friends with Ben-

net generation. Worth

Kunis and Timberlake helped

efits features some wonder-


nis who steals the show in this 21st century digitized urban jungle of the New York magazine industry. The on screen






Square, a great cameo by Woody Harrelson as the gay sports editor

the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles. Besides the friendship, this is

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