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Cookgirl's Greek Cookbook ZWT 9/2013: Greece is the Word!


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Well, sorta. Took a recipe and embellished it. The lamb meat can be omitted if you wish. Inspired by a recipe in Betty Crocker's Meatless Main Dishes. If you want to spice it up further, garnish with fresh minced hot peppers! A good way to use up leftover refried beans!

Recipe #240383

From bbcgoodfood.com. Fresh orange mint replaces standard mint. I added the orange blossom water.

Recipe #386323

From a local source. I tested this recipe by substituting a variety of colors of cauliflower (purple, white, golden) for the broccoli. Other cruciferous vegetables such as broccolini, broccoflower, brussels sprouts, romanesco, etc. will work, too. Easy!

Recipe #438546

I clipped this off the back package of Athenos' brand feta cheese a long time ago. *Please* use homemade coleslaw dressing. *FRESH* herbs only!

Recipe #490484

I found this recipe last summer in one of my brother's cookbooks but I forget to write down which one. I will try to source it ASAP. The walnuts and dried fruit are my addition to the recipe. The dough was prepped in an ABM, too. I used a variety of imported olives from various sources including Greece, Spain, France, Morocco, Peru, etc. A drizzle of extra virgin olive oil on the still hot bread was so delicious!

Recipe #493582

Greek Lemon Rice Soup/avgolemono using a traditional Thanksgiving ingredient leftover: (turkey).

Recipe #490875

Courtesy of my wonderful niece The Next Jeneration. She said the inspiration for this recipe is from a local deli in her neighborhood. All amounts given for the ingredients are estimated. Although I dislike thyme, it didn't bother me at all in this recipe. Perhaps I'm warming up to it...? Delicious Mediterranean/French/Greek/Middle Eastern flavors!

Recipe #503566

From our local newspaper. Extremely important to use the freshest ingredients for this salad! Recipe amounts were not given so they have been estimated. A note about olive brine: I use the liquid that the olives are soaked in either the package or the fresh ones from the "olive bar" at the natural food store. However I have tried a dirty martini olive juice from this source: www.garliclady.com based in Vancouver, Washington.

Recipe #350244

From apartmenttherapy.com. Surprise...no mint this time around! Original recipe called for braising the green beans for a whopping forty five minutes. Use the best and freshest ingredients available. Several changes in this recipe were made.

Recipe #225911

Fresh orange mint replaced standard variety of garden mint for a little different twist to the salad. *Fresh herbs only*, please! I don't know any reason why you couldn't substitute other seasonal berries in this salad: raspberries, blackberries, etc. From calgiant.com.

Recipe #426802

From the wonderful recipe book Mediterranean Dishes by Diane Seed. A Greek/Turkish-inspired dish.

Recipe #142925

Altered recipe from International Vegetarian cookbook.

Recipe #186696

From Slashfood. Use any type of *fresh* (heirloom) tomatoes of various colors and use quality ingredients for best flavor.

Recipe #385090

From Mediterranean Dishes. I tinkered with this recipe a little because Evelyn wasn't there to stop me. You'll find this appetizer on most any Greek mezethes. I want be reincarnated a potato in the next round.

Recipe #142928

Came up with this idea on the fly for the Greek Forum recipe challenge. Old world meets New World. Opa!

Recipe #133092


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