A trademark of the island the posa cheese or wine-cheese. Prepared by allowing local goat cheese to mature submerged in red wine, granting it a famous capricious flavor.
Pligouri is a notable local specialty made of lightly ground wheat, usually found accompanying pork.
The pitaridia a handmade relative of the lasagna, boiled in the broth juice, traditionally served in weddings and festivities.
During the celebration of St Barbara local housewives prepare the dessert known as Barbara composed of boiled wheat with tahini, sugar, almonds, nuts, raisins, pomegranate, cinnamon, rose water, orange skin and spices.
The lampropites mark the coming of Easter. Those are cheese pies shaped like deep bowls filled with fresh unsalted mizithra cheese mashed with fresh eggs and yeast.
The katimeria are fried cheese pies served with syrup and the marmarites are the traditional pancakes baked on marble (marmaro) hence the name, served with sugar or honey, or dipped in egged and refried.
The afrena or eftazima are fermented breads whose yeast is made from the foam of boiled chickpeas and laurel leaves.
The Lazari or lazarakia is a type of white wheat bread prepared on the Sunday of Lazaros.
The traditional beverage Kanelada is made of cinnamon and the Alefaskia a tea like herb found on the island. Also noted for their taste are the local wines and the thyme honey.