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Dinner Rush! Greek Meatballs with Lemon-Dill Tzatziki

The clean, fresh flavors of a Greek sandwich — lemon, tomato, cucumber, onion and spiced meat wrapped in flatbread — are so ubiquitous that they can feel somewhat cliched, but the authentic gyro experience is a thing of true beauty. In a perfect world, one would find an amazing Greek restaurant that cooks the meat [...]

Get a Grandma’s Web-Only Family Thanksgiving Recipe for Greek Cookies

In our humble opinion, Thanksgiving is superior to any other day of the year. In an effort to make this year’s feast the best of all time (sorry, Pilgrims and Wampanoag tribe), we’re bringing you the recipes, how-tos and decorating ideas to help you become a Turkey Day pro. Mo Rocca with George and Kathy [...]

Party in Five: Mediterranean Dinner Party

We here at Cooking Channel love a good party. But throwing a memorable event requires more than just gathering some food and drinks. We show you how, with just five main “ingredients” (including recipes, big-impact decorating ideas and easy DIY elements), you can throw a party that feels like it has a cohesive theme — [...]

Dinner Rush! Grilled Shrimp and Greek Bread Cheese

So there I am, minding my own business, scanning over the hundred-and-some-odd cheeses that populate my favorite local market’s cold case. The usual suspects are there in force: cheddar varieties for days, countless Camemberts, some funky monkey “pistachio-infused” wedge in coordinating green. And then I spot bread cheese. What, what? Bread cheese? I mean, I’ve [...]

The Luckiest Food to Eat in May: Vasilopita from Greece

Photo by Kankana Saxena The delicious Greek cake vasilópita is considered to bring good luck to the person who gets the slice that contains the treasure of a floori, a coin baked into the cake. Author of the beautiful book Greek Chic Cuisine (Lulu.com, 2010) Stephanie Patsalis shares the legend behind the cake: “The most [...]

All the Greek You Can Eat, Tonight on Food(ography)

  Make sure to wear a loose-fitting toga for tonight’s episode of Food(ography), because it’s jam-packed with amazing Greek food from your favorites!  Mo Rocca visits Chef Michael Psilakis for Grilled Fish 101 featuring his Grilled Branzino and Grilled Octopus at Kefi. Then say opa to ouzo at New Jersey’s Axia Restaurant with leading author Diane Kochilas [...]

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