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BBQ tofu with lemon-roasted greek potatoes by Chandelle Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Jun 2009 5:07pm This was a great meal. The potato recipe comes from the Veganomicon. They are fantastic and I've made a point of making them at least once a week since trying them. I love anything lemony and these are definitely lemony. I am really loving baked tofu. I definitely recommend it to anyone who is hesitant to try tofu. It's an easy way ... Read on »
Greek Cuisine, Greek Identity and the Economic Crisis: What is Greek cuisine? by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Mon 15 Jul 2013 12:00am During the  2nd Symposium of Greek Gastronomy, taking place 20-21 July 2013 in Amari, Rethminon, Crete , I will speak about the relationship between "Greek Cuisine, Greek Identity and the Economic Crisis". For the next few days, I'll give you some ideas as to what my contribution may contain. In order to talk about ... Read on »
Friday Food Rant!: Yoplait Greek Yogurt--SO Not Greek! by Karina Arrue Posted Fri 26 Mar 2010 5:00am 3 Comments Yoplait "Greek" yogurt, right? Wrong! I was so thrilled when I found a new line of Yoplait Greek yogurts at the supermarket--especially since they were only a dollar a pop and sometimes my preferred brand--Chobani, can get expensive. I bought a couple and excitedly took them home...only to be disappointed. Now let's ... Read on »
More Greek than the Greek (Πιο Έλληνες απ' τους by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Sat 07 Jan 2012 12:00am Religion: such a touchy subject, even in our transparent world. We recently got into an embarrassing spot of bother one Sunday morning before going to church. I should clarify: we weren't really going to church - we were going to attend a memorial service of a close relative; ie, we were going to a church. Memorial services are one o ... Read on »
Glitter and Greek: Panhellenic or Greek Love in General by carmelakb Posted Thu 16 Feb 2012 12:36am Glitter and Greek: Panhellenic or Greek Love in General : glitterandgreek : So’s here’s the common myth: sorority girls hate all other sororites. False. Above all else all Greek women share a common bond of being an active participant of a Greek organization to become better people. So yes there will be friendly competition once ... Read on »
Greek-Inspired Potato-Leek Soup with Lemon and Dill for Food 'N Flix: My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Souper (Soup, Salad & Sammie) by DebinHawaii Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 6:30pm What do you get when you put something mild and subtle together with something that is tart, lively and a little surprising? You get a tasty Potato-Leek Soup with Lemon and Dill inspired by the food-friendly romantic comedy, My Big Fat Greek Wedding. It's my pleasure to be hosting Food 'n Flix for February , bringing together some of ... Read on »
Greeks eat what Greeks are (Τρωμε αυτό που είμα& by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Mar 2012 12:00am One way to discover the importance of food to people's identity is through festivals. Even when they are not specifically food-focussed, festivals are nearly always associated with specific food items. Food is always an important part of any festival, which may be associated with religious rites, national holidays or simple celebrations. The ... Read on »
Taste Greek: GreekFoodShop.com by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 May 2012 12:00am A slightly new venture for me - Taste Greek: documenting online Greek food suppliers. GreekFoodShop.com I associate truffles with France because of all the hype surrounding them during the peak foraging season. But did you know that truffles also grow in Greece, just like they do in France, and they are sold as a luxury ... Read on »
Taste Greek: Mani - Blauel Greek Organic Products by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 May 2012 12:00am Taste Greek: documenting online Greek food suppliers.   Mani-Blauel Greek Organic Products Extra virgin olive oil is one of the most sought-after supermarket commodities in the world. Olive oil is also under great scrutiny these days since the olive oil labelling scam was uncovered, involving uns ... Read on »
Cheap 'n' Greek 'n' frugal: Greek-inspired waffles (Βάφλες) by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jun 2012 12:00am Prices are in euro (valid in Hania). All ingredients are Greek or locally sourced; those marked with * are considered frugal here because they are cheap and/or people have their own supplies. While we travelled through Northern Europe last month, we tasted our first waffle. I've never made waffles before because, like poffertjes, waff ... Read on »