Today’s post is very different from the others, and that’s because I asked Summer, from the blog S for Summer to write a guest post for me. Summer writes her blog in Greek, but if you browse through her archive you’ll feel the warmth and carefree mood of summer overflowing out of each of her posts, just by looking at the pictures. As Summer states, her blog, is her mean to show you her ways to prolong summer. I want to thank her for agreeing to do this guest post, and I’ll leave her guide you through her recipe. Be sure to keep up with her blog, and Facebook page as well.