september 5-8, 2013
food at the festival
Greek Food | ελληνικα φαγητα
Dolmathes | recipe grapevine leaves stuffed with rice and vegetables, meat is also often included.
Salata Served with, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, feta cheese, and kalamata olives, dressed with greek olive oil vinaigrette.
Fasolakia fresh green beans in tomato sauce.
Keftedes baked meatballs with oregano and mint and tomato sauce
Pastitsio | recipe a baked pasta dish with a filling of ground meat and a B├ęchamel sauce top.
Souvlaki | recipe Choice of chicken or pork grilled on a skewer, marinated in oil, salt, pepper, oregano and lemon.
Stifado Beef stew with pearl onions, vinegar, red wine and cinnamon.
Spanakopita spinach, feta cheese (sometimes in combination with ricotta cheese), onions or spring onions, egg and seasoning wrapped in phyllo pastry.
Feta cheese an aged creamy and crumbly goat cheese.
Pilafi is the fluffy and soft, not sticky, rice that has been boiled in a lemon and chicken bouillon broth.
Gyro consists of meat, tomato, onion, and tzatziki sauce, and is served with pita bread.
Calamari squid rings and arms battered and deep fried. Served with Lemon.
Kalamata olives large, black olives with a smooth, meat like taste, are named after the city of Kalamata, Greece.
Tzatziki This cool and creamy, tangy cucumber yogurt is flavored with garlic and cucumber. Used as a dip for gyros, souvlaki, and just about everything.
Available at Special Booths | ειδικες περιπτερες
Loukoumades similar to donuts or scones, loukoumades are fried balls of dough coated with honey and sprinkled with cinnamon.
Greek fries Fries sprinkled with feta cheese, lemon juice and pepper.
Loukaniko A Greek Pork Sausage flavored with fennel seeds and orange peel.
Lamb roasted on a spit [ Arni sti Souvla ] A greek favorite. Seasoned with garlic, oregano, lemon and oil and barbequed on a rotating spit over coals.
Tyropita cheese triangle wrapped and baked in a flakey phyllo pastry.
Greek frappé a frothy iced-coffee derived from spray-dried grounds.
Greek coffee One serious cup of joe. Finely ground coffee beans are boiled in hot water over a stove and served thick and strong, often sweetened. It is always unfiltered leaving coffee grounds at bottom of the cup.
Pastries | Γλυκα
Baklava a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of flakey phyllo pastery filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey.
Melomakarona cookies soaked in syrup of diluted honey, then sprinkled with crushed walnuts.
Koulourakia | recipe Twisted butter cookies. Perfect with hot cup of Greek coffee.
Kourambiedes cookies, butter and crushed roasted almonds, then generously dusted with powdered sugar.
Kataifi a sweet made of very fine vermicelli-like pastry. It is sometimes known as shredded phyllo.
pasta Flora Tarts with fresh fruit jam. Can be made in all sizes.
Galotopita Custard puding baked in a flakey phyllo pastery. This sweet galatopita Greek custard leaves a wonderful taste in your mouth.
Amigdalota Almond cookies, flavored with nutmeg and sprinkled with nuts.
Poutika A moist cake made with cinnamon, wafer crumbs, chopped walnuts, coconut and topped with orange flavored syrup.
Flogeres Walnuts, butter and spices baked in a flakey phyllo pastery topped with chocolate syrup.

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