My name is Kat (otherwise known as Mrs Mulberry) and I am based in Sydney Australia (but sometimes you will also find me in Greece and the Mediterranean) and this is Mulberry and Pomegranate.  

Why the name? Because these are the fruits and colours that have filled my life since I married a handsome Greek-Australian man, known to readers of this blog as, "Mr K". 

At Mulberry and Pomegranate, I celebrate my own heritage and also that of my beautiful Greek-Australian family. This blog is a tribute to all my family, but particularly the women in my life and the important lessons I have learnt from them, around a shared table. 

Mulberry and Pomegranate is my journey of discovery, from the markets and tavernas of Greece, the Mediterranean (and beyond) to the kitchens of my family and friends. My goal is to unearth treasured recipes from family and friend's notebooks, handed down through generations and to share authentic Greek home cooking. 

This blog has connected me with so many wonderful people, who provide me with a constant source of enthusiasm and inspiration. If you would like to contact me, or if you wish to use an image (unless stated, all images have been taken by me), please get in touch at: 


Or you can reach me on twitter or my faceboook page. 


  1. Insperational, yet very personal.

    I adore your blog and will be a frequent visitor.


  2. Lovely sentiments expressed! Greetings from Canada!

  3. I'd like to consider using your photo of Paris on a book cover. Did you take it? If you can write to me directly that would be great!


  4. Hi!

    I think your blog is really beautiful. Great recipes, stories and photos. Love the name of your blog too - two of my favourite fruits with great happy memories. Have a great day! :)

  5. Your blog is fantastic! I am so looking forward to following along.

  6. Warm, colourful, sensitive and truly admirable,,,,,,,,,,dear Ms Pomegranate, you are better versed in the antics of Greek cooking than the offspring of the old Greek immigrants who arrived in Australia in the 1950's. Your blog puts us to shame....we have much to learn from a Philhellene.....beautiful...Bravo! I look forward to reading more,,,,,and, I thank two members of your lovely Greek-Ausralian family who have introduced me to you.......xoxox katpan23

    1. Katerina, welcome to my little part of the web and thank you so much for your lovely comments. Hopefully our paths will cross in person one day soon, it would be really great to meet you face to face. xx xx xx


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