2016-10-23T11:05:02ZThere are several variations of skorthalia (also spelled skordalia), some regional and some due to taste and ingredients preferences, but they all produce a pureed dip that goes wonderfully with fried cod, burgers, greens, and beets ... and some even enjoy it as a dip with bread.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZThe light flaky pastry used to make some of Greece's most famous desserts and savory pies is often thought to be
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZA staple of any Greek household, Fassolatha is a classic white bean soup that is hearty, nutritious, and delicious.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZA favorite to serve with dips and spreads, and pita wraps (sandwiches) of all descriptions, pita bread is not difficult to make, and freezes well.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZPasteli is a favorite Greek candy, and can be made with a variety of seeds and nuts. Called
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZA handy guide with diagrams and translations of the different cuts of meat as cut by Greek butchers. Page 3.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZGalaktoboureko is a favorite dessert, and these individual servings are made with the same delicious custard filling rolled up into neat packets made with phyllo pastry sheets.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZA delicious and healthy side dish, horta vrasta or boiled greens are a staple in any Greek household.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZLearn how Greek foods are cooked and the types of dishes generally prepared in traditional Greek cooking.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZIn Greek: ÎºÏ Î´ÏÎ½Î¹ ÏÎ¿Î»ÏÏ, pronounced kee-THOH-nee pohl-TOH Make this recipe with the liquid from Quince
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZTed Christou shares his recipe and technique for spit-roasting a whole lamb with photos and step-by-step instructions.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZGreek recipes for summer vegetables may be some of the best and tastiest of all. Here is a selection of recipes featuring a medley of summer vegetables cooked in a variety of ways to please every palate.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZThe Greek Meze Table - All about the Greek Meze or Appetizer Table
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZThe Great Lent in the Greek Orthodox faith starts seven weeks before Easter Sunday and is a period of fasting during which certain foods are not eaten.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZLouisa, as it is commonly known in Greece, is a popular herbal tea that is believed to help in slimming, as a digestive aid, and for relief of stomach aches.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZCreamy semolina custard is baked until golden then bathed in sweet syrup. An easy custard pie that doesn’t require a pie crust or shell.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZFrozen squid is much more readily available than fresh in many markets. Here's what you need to know about defrosting and preparing it for cooking.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZProbably best known as the crowning touch to a Greek salad, feta cheese is so versatile and can be used in many different ways in a variety of dishes.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZYou can still enjoy some excellent Greek desserts and sweets during Lenten or "fasting" periods. Here's
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZPasta with meat sauce in Greece is called Makaronia me Kima (kee-MAH). There are many variations on this traditional recipe with each chef adding their own personal touch. This recipe for Makaronia me Kima is the one enjoyed most by our family.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZBecause quinces have a high content of pectin, this jam is easy to make, with quinces, sugar, and a little lemon juice. Serve this as jam, or as a condiment with lamb and pork roasts.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZRule of thumb for measurements of herbs when converting fresh to dry or vice versa.
2016-10-23T11:05:02ZImpossible to resist, this custard pie called Galaktoboureko is one of the all-time favorite Greek desserts. A creamy custard filling is baked in flaky phyllo dough and then bathed in a delicious syrup.