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13.  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.
14.  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 ...
15.  Ikaria Longevity Greek Salad with Sweet Potatoes and Arugula
  Sweet potatoes played a special role in the Ikaria longevity diet and are a great ingredient for anyone interested in healthy Mediterranean Diet recipes. They were grown traditionally on the south side of the island and eaten as a humble dessert! But they were also a choice tuber for seasonal Greek salads, as in this one, a remake of ...
16.  Grilled Corn & Potato Greek Salad with Purslane & Cherry Tomatoes
  This colorful Greek salad is hearty and healthy, especially with the addition of purslane, one of the world’s most nutritious wild greens. You probably have it growing in your backyard but don’t know it! Try sprinkling a little Greek feta on top for fun!
17.  Fried Potatoes with Spicy Whipped Feta
  Here is a recipe from the My Greek Table book, inspired by my friend Katerina, who has built her Rethymnon restaurant, Avli, into a beautiful space, housed in an old Venetian building in the old town of this quaint port city. One of the best things on her delicious Cretan menu is also one of the simplest: fried potatoes, ...
18.  Mashed Potatoes with Greek Feta and Yogurt
  Everyone loves a great mashed potato recipe, the ultimate comfort food. This one, with Greek feta, yogurt and olive oil added to the potatoes, is a wonderful variation. It goes well with all sorts of comfort foods, especially tomato based stews.
19.  Froutalia Omelet With Sausages And Potatoes from Andros
  This is surely one of the great regional Greek egg dishes, and a specialty of Andros and Tinos. Basically, it is a thick, slowly-cooked (stovetop) omelet filled with potatoes and local sausage.
20.  Roasted Cauliflower and Potatoes with Tomatoes and Onions
  One of the great strengths of Greek island cooking is its wealth of unusual vegetable dishes. Even banal winter vegetables such as cauliflower and potatoes are turned into tasty meals with the help of great olive oil and local tomatoes. To find some of the artisinal Greek products you'll need to make this, visit my online shop here , where ...
21.  Potato Skins Stuffed with Charred Broccoli, Feta, and Greek Yogurt
22.  Ikarian Longevity Garden Tales: Potato Love
The tomatoes are high and climbing, their stiff, tannic leaves silvery under a light but necessary dusting of sulphur, which helps keep the tomato fly at bay. The fruit is a jumble of green and red, smooth or creased, round or oval, depending on the variety. We’ve planted several kinds, including a few thick-skinned, older kinds, in our summer garden ...