Greek Bread

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    I love that triangle cut bread with the white dipping flavored sauce - excellent Greek Dish.

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    Greek Food is AWESOME. Wonderful creations these people have. I had occasion to spend a year in that country...and brought back lots of weight to show for it.

    Love Pita...(NO not the pocket stuff) but real 'Flat bread' served with Lamb, Pork or other meats, Satsiki sauce, A great salad with a huge slab of FETA?

    Topped off by Baklava, and a few shots of Ouzo, or a snifter of Metaxa?

    Makes for a wonderful evening of dining.
     
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    who would forget drinking Retsina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    I preferred the sourdough. Was 10 drachma for a loaf. I used to walk down into Iraklion and buy it from the bakery.
     
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    I most have ate loads of these souvlaki when I was in Creta
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    Greek bread. Not all it's cracked up to be.

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    Most of that food you actually find also in Turkey.
    There is a serious patents war going on in both countries' food industries.
    But, for what we give credits to Greeks is invention of sex.
    But Turks introduced it to women ;)
     
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    My college fraternity had no bread. So we ate sand.

    Delta Smegma Pie.
     
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