This classic Greek dessert is made with phyllo dough, brandy, and plenty of sugar.
A hearty rib-sticking soup. Just add Hot Rolls and you have a winter meal to warm you body and soul.
A lemony taste with crumbled feta cheese and oregano.
This classic Mediterranean salad is made with bulgur wheat, tomato, and more.
These Greek pastries aren't as difficult as they might look. The only ingredient you might not have in your home is the cognac.
This is an elegantly flavored dish with a variety of spices and the tartness of dry wine.
Baked fish is topped with a lemon and olive oil glaze!
Also called saganaki, this is one of my favorite appetizers. Every I know loves it and it's so easy to make.
Don't be alarmed! It's not really porcupine! Beef or lamb is the main ingredient in this soup.
This traditional bread is baked in a coin covered in aluminum foil inside. When you cut the bread on the New Year's Day, the person who finds the coin in their piece of bread is supposed to be lucky for…
This is the salad that you'll most likely get at any Greek restaurant in America.
This traditional Greek bean soup is called Fasolatha. It's served during Lent, and can be a great source of protein when you are fasting from meat.
Stop spreading butter on your bread. Use this easy eggplant spread recipe instead!
A fantastic blend of Mediterranean spices and flavors!
Moussaka is a traditional Greek dish made with lamb, eggplant, tomatoes and beaten eggs! You can use beef if you don't like lamb.
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