Smashed lemon potatoes seasoned with Greek flavors of garlic, lemon and oregano. This elevates your potato presentation game!
Yemista is a traditional Greek dish basically meaning “to be stuffed with.” Greeks stuff onions, peppers, zucchini, cabbage, eggplant and tomatoes–basically anything that can be hollowed out. For this recipe I’m only using big, ripe tomatoes.
Get your psomi (bread) ready for this classic Greek stew. Fasolakia with potatoes is a delicious dish that comes together in one pot.
It’s not often I crave pasta, but when Great Lent rolls around and my body demands more calories but lettuce and raw vegetables don’t satisfy I make shrimp saganaki pasta…
To this day I still won’t eat beans plain—they’ve got to be mixed in well with another main ingredient of some sort—which is why I am sold on this lima beans and lamb recipe…
When I have guests over (pre-covid), there’s always that initial stress of palate pleasing. There’s always a vegan/someone practicing a Lenten fast, some keto guy or a finicky eater. Here’s what you serve them…
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