Nikos Kazantzakis, the famous Greek author from Crete, once in an interview for the French Radio (Paris), when asked about Crete he responded: “I don’t see Crete as a picturesque and smiling thing. Its’ form is austere. Digged out from struggle and pain. This island, between Europe, Asia, and Africa, was destined by its geographical position to become the bridge between these three continents… Two thousand years before the Greek miracle, this mysterious civilization (Minoans) flourished in Crete, the so-called Aegean, still mute, full of life, intoxicated with color, with a finesse and taste that astonish and awe…This radiation of past times is extremely intense in Crete. It penetrates you as soon as you set foot on Cretan land”. Cretan products are considered of the best quality globally. They combine this unique taste as embodied in their texture by the Mediterranean Sea, the deserted clay soil, the rough weather conditions and the sun-drenched mountains that sometimes remind of a solar landscape and other the most iconic forestry in the globe. Dairy products, fruits (fresh/processed), vegetables (fresh/processed), meat (fresh/cured), olive oil, olives, wines, honey, aromatic herbs, bakeries, local pasta, legumes, raki aperitif and countless other products deriving from traditional recipes from their ancestors who, maybe, sometime in the past were protected by Talos, the ancient, robotic giant gifted to King Minos by Hephaestus or the Minotaur.