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01.  Potato Salad With Greek Yogurt – Herb Mayo
  Everyone loves a great potato salad and this Greek recipe for potato salad, which calls for Greek yogurt and extra virgin Greek olive oil, plus plenty of herbs, will change your mind about the old-school classics slathered in mayo! Here’s a healthy alternative that’s a perfect fit for the Mediterranean diet!
02.  Potato Love and Longevity
POTATO LOVE AND LONGEVITY   Like many potato lovers, my earliest memories of the humble spud are linked to Sunday family dinners, to a dark, glistening roast that my mother hovered over, matter-of-factly satisfied by the proper, telling smells of garlic and oregano seeping out of our oven, and to a ricer, which to my child’s eyes was as good ...
03.  Potatoes au Gratin with Greek Cheeses
Potatoes au gratin with Greek cheese are a great idea for the Greek pre-Lenten feast called Cheese Sunday, but for any occasion too.
04.  Oven-Fried Sweet Potatoes with Herbs and Olive Oil
Highly nutritious sweet potatoes, rich in antioxidants, were a really important longevity food on the Blue Zone Greek island of Ikaria. Indeed, they were once the dessert of choice, simply baked and savored by children who are now well into their 80s and 90s, who probably didn’t know way back when that consuming them actually helped raise the vitamin A ...
05.  Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Potatoes
  This Greek recipe is inspired by a traditional recipe from the Blue Zone Greek island of Ikaria, renowned for its longevity and home to some amazing green Mediterranean cooking. Pretty much everything in the cabbage family – brassica – figures prominently in the local cuisine and the original rendition of this calls for something called papoulies, very much like ...
06.  Baked Sweet Potatoes Stuffed with Spanakopita
The iconic Greek recipe for spanakopita is all about a timeless combination of ingredients, and these definitely find a place beyond being nestled between layers of crispy phyllo pastry. Here, an embellished combo of Greek feta and spinach crown sweet potatoes thus morphing into a dish both festive and good for every day, the perfect example of delicious Mediterranean Diet ...
07.  Naxos Potato Salad with Tomatoes and Sardines
  Everyone loves a great potato salad, and all the better if it’s a simple Greek recipe from the Aegean islands that calls for plenty of seasonal vegetables, great Greek extra virgin olive oil, and some Mediterranean-Diet friendly, omega-3-rich anchovies or sardines! This Greek salad recipe is from Naxos, the potato-cultivation center of Greece. Enjoy in good health.
08.  Spanakopita Baked Potatoes
  Spanakopita filling is soooo versatile! Here is one of my favorite meatless indulgences, for a spanakopita-filled baked potato. Yummmie!
09.  Pan-Roasted Potatoes with Krokos Kozanis and Herbs
  Greek recipes for roasted potatoes abound! This one is an extra easy, pan-roasted Greek potato dream, made even more delicious with great extra virgin Greek olive oil and Krokos Kozanis, aka Greek saffron.
10.  Baked Feta-Yogurt Mashed Potatoes
  I don’t know about you, but for me, mashed potatoes are one of the biggest sources of stress on Thanksgiving Day. You’ve got to make them fresh and serve them hot in order for them to be the absolute best. I’ve come to love my Greek recipe for baking them, which enables me to make the mash a day ...