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    These are nice for entertaining because they can be frozen up to a month ahead and then popped into the oven. From Fine Cooking posted for ZWT 6 Greece.

    Recipe #428716

    From Weir Cooking in the City by Joanne Weir. This dish was one of her favorites during an afternoon of Turkish meze. This can be made a day in advance making it perfect for entertaining. (Make sure to refrigerate it and then bring to room temperature before serving.)

    Recipe #428674

    This salad has a fresh taste from the mint, parsley and lemon which contrasts with the crunchy pine nuts. You can make this in advance by tossing in the tomatoes, pine nuts, and herbs right before serving. From Everyday Greens: Home Cooking from Greens, the celebrated Vegetarian restraunt.

    Recipe #428680

    This recipe is representing Greece for ZWT 6. Keftedes (meatballs) are a favorite treat all over Greece whether they are made of ground meat, chickpeas, fish roe or vegetables. The vegetable ones made with Santorini tomatoes are especially good. From Bon Appetit Tastes of the World.

    Recipe #428683

    I love Baklava and this take on the traditional gets a bit of tang from the citrus. This should be kept at room temerature. Tip: Use California apricots for a tart, pronounced apricot flavor or Turkish apricots for a sweeter, mellow flavor. From Fine Cooking

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