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    GREEK + EVERYTHING DELICIOUS by evelyn/athens

    Food that I love!!! Recipes to entice me!! How lucky to find this woman's recipes. I'd love to meet her!!
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    Recipe #59467

    Maybe my favourite Greek dish. Yes, my favourite.

    Recipe #59672

    Small cheese pies to be served as a snack or hors d'ouevre.

    Recipe #59085

    My take on traditional moussaka. The beauty of this recipe (besides great taste) is it's ability to freeze (and defrost) so well, with no loss of flavour, making it ideal for OAMC (once a month cooking). Note: Greeks do not eat their food piping hot out of the oven - especially in the summer heat. Food is served just warm or at room temperature (but cooked that day - otherwise it is reheated to freshen it). Flavour is more pronounced at this temperature.

    Recipe #59130

    This dessert is very easy to do and good enough for company.

    Recipe #59138

    Recipe #10961

    Posted by request. I used to love these years ago.

    Recipe #46327

    Adopted recipe! I'll add a better note when I've had a chance to make this recipe.

    Recipe #10953

    Goes great with with Kebabs and many grilled foods.

    Recipe #36346

    Need an incredibly tasty, super fast side that can even pinch hit as a vegetarian main dish? This simplified version of "makaronada voutirou" is our go-to dish when we're feeling too lazy to do a lot of cooking but still want something delicious and satisfying.

    Recipe #492757

    Recipe #10747

    The well-known yogurt/cucumber/garlic Greek appetizer! Make sure you use some kind of soft, smooth tasting yogurt, like drained "Total" yogurt. You can adjust the quantity of the garlic according to taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe #296996

    Recipe #10765

    This year, I used my standard pound cake recipe and adapted it for Vasilopita. It is traditional to place a coin, signifying good luck and prosperity in the New Year, in the Vasilopita. Whoever finds it in their piece will be blessed! As I don't like my Vasilopita too sweet, I use a lesser amount of sugar in mine. Feel free to make it sweeter.

    Recipe #276842

    This has all the great flavour of a spinach pie and you don't have to work with fussy filo pastry! I was in a fix over what category to post this submission in as it's a great breakfast or main dish strata. Finally, I decided to submit it in the category for which I made it today - as a veggie side dish to our dinner. I guess that's the beauty of it, there's no WRONG time to enjoy it.

    Recipe #283038

    This sounds like summer tomato perfection. Found at Splendid Table as excerpted from Cucina del Sole: A Celebration of Southern Italian Cooking by Nancy Harmon Jenkins (William Morrow Cookbooks, 2007). The simplicity of this Calabrian dish is stunning, and for that reason there is no point in even thinking about it until that time in late summer when utterly ripe, red, and flavorful garden tomatoes are in season—preferably from your own or a neighbor's garden. That's where the flavor lies—there and in the use of fine extra-virgin olive oil, good crunchy sea salt, a zesty dash of hot red chili, and, of course, the charcoal fire on which the tomatoes are set to roast. Toast the bread over the charcoal embers after you finish the tomatoes, so it will be crisp but not tough and hard. Use smaller tomatoes for this—cluster tomatoes are great, even very small ones like Sweet 100s or grape tomatoes, but make sure they don't slip through the grill. Note that you could also cook the tomatoes on a stovetop grill or even under an oven broiler. Serve Pomodori Schiacciati as a primo, either with toasted bread or pasta.

    Recipe #345859

    A refreshingly-different tabbouleh that would be a much-appreciated addition to a potluck. Just bring the parsley/bulgur component of the salad and the strawberry part in 2 different plastic containers and combine them before eating (so the strawberries don't get too mushy). Both the sweet and savoury elements of this salad complement each other so well...you won't be able to stop eating it! The biggest 'trick' to making this good is to make sure your parsley and mint are really dry before you start chopping them to a fine mince -- a salad spinner is great for this.

    Recipe #378847

    A traditional Salade Nicoise can not be beat for sophistication and presentation. A delicious and healthful dinner course for 4, or serves 6 as a salad course. This version has a Craze-e twist by incorporating the black olives (in tapenade form) in the vinaigrette, itself). For this recipe, please invest in 2 tins of tuna packed in olive oil – the difference between that and regular tinned tuna is huge! :-)

    Recipe #378863

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