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Greek cuisine         
  • Greek [[baklava]]
  • [[Calamari]] (fried squid)
  • [[Kalamata olive]]s
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  • Greek [[moussaka]]
  • Greek gyros
  • [[Souvlaki]]
CULINARY TRADITION OF GREECE
Greek food; Kleftiko; Stifado; Kleftico; Cleftico; Klephtico; Klephtiko; Cuisine of Greece; Greek foods; Kléftiko; Greek cusine; Greek Food; Greek dietary triad; The Greek triad; History of Greek cuisine; Food of Greece
Greek cuisine (Greek: Ελληνική Κουζίνα) is the cuisine of Greece and the Greek diaspora.Spices and Seasonings:A Food Technology Handbook – Donna R.
stifado         
  • Greek [[baklava]]
  • [[Calamari]] (fried squid)
  • [[Kalamata olive]]s
  • title = Kleftiko recipe}}</ref>
  • Greek [[moussaka]]
  • Greek gyros
  • [[Souvlaki]]
CULINARY TRADITION OF GREECE
Greek food; Kleftiko; Stifado; Kleftico; Cleftico; Klephtico; Klephtiko; Cuisine of Greece; Greek foods; Kléftiko; Greek cusine; Greek Food; Greek dietary triad; The Greek triad; History of Greek cuisine; Food of Greece
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¦ noun a Greek dish of meat stewed with onions and sometimes tomatoes.
Origin
mod. Gk stiphado, prob. from Ital. stufato 'stew'.
Greek Macedonian cuisine         
  • Anevato creamy cheese
  • Sliced [[bougatsa]] served on a plate
  • [[Frappé coffee]]
  • Buffalos breeding in [[Lake Kerkini]]
  • [[Retsina]]
  • [[Manouri]]
  • [[Florina pepper]]s
  • Petoura with tomato sauce
  • A plate with [[tirokafteri]]
  • Naoussa]], central Macedonia
  • Pork with celery
  • Tiganiá
CUISINE OF THE REGION OF MACEDONIA IN NORTHERN GREECE
Macedonian cuisine (Greek); Greek Macedonian drinks
Macedonian cuisine (Greek: Μακεδονική κουζίνα) is the cuisine of the region of Macedonia in northern Greece. Contemporary Greek Macedonian cooking shares much with general Greek and wider Balkan and Mediterranean cuisine, including dishes from the Ottoman past.
Examples of use of Greek cuisine
1. Agency for International Development, was feted with Greek cuisine Tuesday night at a dinner hosted by the Greek ambassador, Alexandros Mallias . The ambassador toasted Natsios‘s transition to academia and his Greek ancestry, and gave him a framed antique map of Attica and the adjacent island of Evia.
2. Experts warn of poor eating habits as preservatives creep into daily diets As the traditional healthy Greek cuisine is gradually edged out of busy lifestyles, experts are warning Greeks about the quality of food they are putting on their tables and point out that locals are consuming about 5 kilos of food preservatives per year.