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121.  A Pumpkin Thanksgiving
by Diane Kochilas. Most people don’t know that Greek regional cuisine is filled with delicious dishes suitable for the use of some of the most iconic American fall ingredients. Among them, pumpkin and other winter squashes, sweet potatoes, peppers, and corn. The American table, since its inception, includes a variety of ingredients that are also inherently part of the Mediterranean ...
122.  The Easter Spit-Roasted Lamb or Goat
My friend Ilia once spent half a day in a London park turning a whole lamb over a pit of hot coals, anticipating the moment when he’d cut the crisp garlicky meat and find in every morsel the smells and flavors that would carry him back, even if momentarily, to Greece at Easter. Instead, as if to confirm that wet, ...
123.  Skordalia, the Greek Garlic Dip
Skordalia, the Greek garlic dip, belongs to the grand tradition of Mediterranean garlic pastes and like them, it is almost never served alone; instead, it plays an accompanying role to fried fish and seafood or to classics like boiled beets. While there are as many methods for frying salt cod as there are cooks who fry it, skordalia variations tend ...
124.  Tarama and Taramosalata (Fish Roe and Fish Roe Dip)
Read about tarama, cod roe, one of the most misunderstood traditional Greek ingredients.
125.  Olives in Greek Cooking
Greeks say “I ate bread and olives with him,” to denote an act of friendship. The olive branch is the universal symbol of peace. Like no other fruit, the olive is responsible for shaping an entire civilization. Its history is long and illustrious, and the legends surrounding it are rich and splendid. Mostly, though, literature and myth occupy themselves with ...
126.  How to Use Olive Oil in Greek Cooking
Greece is fortunate to have one of the best climates in the world, one in which ample sunshine helps produce some of the tastiest fruits and vegetables. Because raw ingredients—from garden to grove to field to sea—are delicious in their own right in Greece, Greek cooking has evolved in such a way so that there is an innate respect for ...
127.  Greek Salads
The dish that brought Greek cuisine fame worldwide is, no doubt, a salad. Greeks call it horiatiki; the rest of the world knows it as Greek village salad. It appears on the menus of Greek and Mediterranean restaurants from Athens to Adelaide. It’s simple—a mixture of tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, green peppers, olives, oregano, olive oil, salt and, more often than ...
128.  Eggs in Greek Cooking
One of the most curious sights at the Athens Central Market and at itinerant farmers’ markets are the egg-vendors, erstwhile entrepreneurs who sell nothing but…eggs. If anything attests to the importance of the egg on the Greek table it is this commercial specialization. (That’s not to say, of course, that you can’t find eggs in cartons at the local supermarket. ...
129.  Comfort in a Soup Bowl
When the mercury dips below a certain number and I dust off my heavy winter jacket (at last) I know it’s time for soup. Soup is an underrated food category in the cuisine that gave the world brilliant tomato-feta salad, crackling roasted lamb, and succulent grilled fish enlivened with lemon. Our sunny, warm clime has fostered other traditions, no doubt, ...
130.  Intro to Greek Cuisine
Greece is fortunate to have one of the best climates in the world, one in which ample sunshine helps produce some of the tastiest fruits and vegetables. Because raw ingredients—from garden to grove to field to sea—are delicious in their own right in Greece, Greek cooking has evolved in such a way so that there is an innate respect for ...