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    Fluffy sweet spiral rolls with chocolate chips hidden inside. According to artisanbreadbaking.com "In place of mahlepi, you may use 1 tsp ground allspice, 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon and 1/2 tsp caraway seeds" (mahlepi is a Greek spice made from the seeds of the St Lucie cherry) and according to food subs.com you can substitute ouzo or sambuca for the masticha (an anise flavored Greek alcohol.) Recipe from cretatrapezomata.blogspot.com for ZWT9

    Recipe #503757

    Recipe courtesy Diane Kochilas, Taste of Greece

    Recipe #503649

    Found this wonderful recipe on Salted and Styled .com. Recipe is by Libbie Summers and she named it Mornings on Mykonos. Not sure if it's an authentic Greek dish (Greek hubby never heard of it!) but the ingredients are there and it sounds heavenly!

    Recipe #503510

    This is one of hubby's favorite Greek foods, but as in any ethnic family, it's tough for an outsider (especially a non-Greek outsider!) to compete. Ok, so this one is not as good as SIL Athena's pastitsio (admittedly the best I've ever had) but it's as close as I'm going to come! Even Vasilly says it's very, very good...

    Recipe #503507

    This delicious Greek dish makes a wonderful presentation and has a sauce to die for. Though many people are familiar with Flaming Cheese Saganaki, there is no flaming involved in this dish! The word saganaki refers to the utensil used to cook the food in. It's a two-handled frying pan used for cooking a wide range of meze, since it can be transferred from range to table. I personally like this served in a beautiful, hand-thrown and glazed ceramic bowl.

    Recipe #503497

    Simple, airy pita bread. from Saveur magazine April 2006

    Recipe #503432

    This sweet and creamy dessert has a similar consistency to cheesecake. The rose and orange waters with the pistachio topping is very light and lovely - I also tried it topped with cherry and mint which complimented the rose water amazingly. The syrup will be more than you need for the recipe, but it is supposed to keep well. I couldn't find Kiri cream cheese spread, so I used regular cream cheese. from tasteofbeirut.com

    Recipe #502801

    A nice alternative to ground lamb, which can be very expensive. Serve with cucumber sauce, Recipe #492963 I found this recipe online and haven't had a chance to try it yet.

    Recipe #492964

    Another Tzatziki recipe!

    Recipe #492963

    From a DIY site called Amanda and Merrill. Unhulled sesame seeds produce a more flavorful, but coarser texture. If you want a smoother texture, use hulled.

    Recipe #487060

    This recipe is based on one from The Complete Book of Greek Cooking, the recipe club of Saint Paul’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral. Also known as Sarmades me Avgolemono, a traditional regional dish from the northern part of Greece. The long cooking time is necessary because of the pork filling. NOTE: Leftover steamed leaves can be frozen, wrapped in plastic wrap. To use, bring to room temperature.

    Recipe #474973

    Tomato-feta relish from Palomino. Recipe (Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times / September 29, 2011)

    Recipe #466624

    Based on a recipe from Madge Rosenberg’s book, The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever – Ethnic Breads. She says in its introduction, “You can smell lemons and oregano at sea as you come near the Greek islands that are not too stony to support growth. Oregano will grow between the cracks in rocks. This bread is comfortable with broiled or sauced fish. Toast, rub with garlic, and float in chicken or egg-lemon soup.” Measurements are for the large 1 ½ pound loaf; measurements for the small (1 pound) loaf are in parentheses.

    Recipe #428493

    Delicately spiced nuts encased in tender, buttery pastry - even the burst of citrus from the lemon zest is authentic as you would normally find that in the syrup poured over the baklava. Easy to make and very good!

    Recipe #413693

    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    This elegant & tasty vegetable side dish was enjoyed on our recent cruise & found in *The Carnival Experience* cookbook by Peter Leypold (Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines). This is a flavor-filled & easy-fix dish that can be the star of a meal when paired w/a simple entree (or leftovers) & would be excellent as a luncheon entree or welcomed as a pot-luck dish. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #335121

    According to Jan Nix in her cookbook, Filo!, "Of all the savory meat triangles I've eaten at Greek Church bazaars, the best, and the one I use as a benchmark, comes from the Dalienes family. As kids, we'd stop by their house on the way home from school, and if Mary's mother was baking, she'd shoo us out of the kitchen with a plateful of her wonderful treats. Mary Dalienes, now Mary Mitchel, says her kreatopetes are more garlicky than those she grew up with." I think these are really good!

    Recipe #317784

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    This dish from the *Great Lamb* cookbook of the Australian Women's Weekly cookbook series whisks us away to indulge ourselves w/the rich flavors of the Mediterranean. *Enjoy* - I know I will. (Times have been estimated) .. *Edited to Add* -- This recipe was included for Greece in ZWT6 due to its strong Mediterranean influence + the use of feta cheese as a primary ingredient. :-)

    Recipe #239327

    This is a very fresh-tasting cabbage salad - very unlike the slaws you're probably used to. Comes together in no time at all (especially if you use one of those bags of slaw mixes).

    Recipe #208518

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    This is the final recipe I am entering from the "1 of a Kind" cookbook of the Junior League of Mobile, AL. It is yet another eggplant recipe, but 1 I found especially appealing for its use of prepared stuffing mix & simple ingredients w/a quick & easy prep. I have not tried this, but hope some of you will give it a try & enjoy the outcome.

    Recipe #208006

    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    This eggplant dish is from the "1 of a Kind" cookbook of the Junior League of Mobile, AL. I have not made this yet, but I did modify the recipe & add 2 ingredients I thot were a must to make this a classic dish. Altho the ingredient list appears lengthy, 7 are of the spice variety & the rest are common ingredients w/an easy prep. My best advice is strongly resist any temptation to leave out the cinnamon. Enjoy!

    Recipe #208002

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