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62 SEARCH RESULTS FOR: olives
01.  Arugula Salad with Dried Figs, Wrinkled Olives and Pasteli
  Arugula Salad with Dried Figs, Wrinkled Olives and Pasteli This is not a salad my grandmother would have ever dreamed of making! Arugula, called roka in Greek, is a favorite leafy green and is especially pungent and peppery when cultivated in the sunny dry climate that is Greece. This recipe is adapted from my latest book, My Greek Table, ...
02.  Roasted Chicken Stuffed with Figs and Olives
Roasted Chicken Stuffed with Figs and Olives The fig and the olive are a relatively new match for two of the oldest Mediterranean foods. Mastiha (mastic) infuses the stuffing as it bakes and adds one more undertone to this rich, flavorful, but simple chicken dish.
03.  Braised Octopus with Olives
04.  Spicy Cuttlefish with Olives and Wild Greens
05.  Kayianas – Scrambled Eggs with Tomatoes and Olives
06.  Sauteed Olives & Oranges
07.  Arugula-Potato Salad with Green Olives
08.  21 Reasons to Love Olives
O, Olive, How Do I Love Thee? Let me Count the Ways! 21 reasons to love one of the world’s oldest foods.   O, olive, I love thee for your ancient wisdom and because you’re one of the oldest continuously savored foods in the world. O, olive, I love thee because the Mediterranean Diet wouldn’t be the same without you. ...
09.  Rigatoni with Kalamata Olives, Capers, Eggplants and Manouri Cheese
10.  Sweet & Sour Greek Beef Stew with Olives, Lemon, Honey and Raisins
11.  Roasted Fennel with Kalamata Olives, Oranges, Herbs and Feta
12.  Baked Seafood Orzo with Kalamata Olives