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Transcript of Greek Food
Be able to list basic Greek ingredients
Objective 2: Be able to list some traditional dishes
Objective 3: Know the difference of then and now of Greek food
Objective 4: Be able to "make" a typical Greek meal
By: Jasmine C, Samantha, Irene, and Eliana
Some basic ingredients..
Some traditional dishes are...
Olives: The most important ingredient in Greek food
Other important ingredients: Lenten, fish, honey, yogurt, grapes, and wheat
History / Modern
Then: in Ancient Greece
Meat they ate: lamb, poultry, chicken, rabbit,
Things made of the ingredients: Wine (grapes), Olive oil (olives), pita bread (wheat) yogurt with honey (honey and Greek yogurt
Now: in the Modern Times
The Three fundamentals
For the Greeks, wine was especially important for symposia, a meeting for men to drink.
The Greeks had a large variety of bread or bread-like products that was used for special occasions.
Olive Oil - >
In Greece, Olive oil was used in almost every single meal as a side
The Three fundamentals
Wine is used in many meals now, also as a temporary drink.
Bread is used as a common snack that is eaten widely around the world.
Olive Oil ->
Just like the Greeks, olive oil is very important today however, it is used in cooking more.
Dolmathes: seasoned rice with a grape leaf wrap
Greek Salad: different vegetables, tomatoes, feta cheese,
olives, vinigarrette dressing on top
Loukaniko: spiced Greek sausages
Pastichio: a greek lasagna
Spanakopita: spinach pie
Grilled lamb: grilled lamb
with olive oil and garlic
Baklava: thin filo dough
walnuts, honey, and sugar
custard with layers of
filo, sugar, and honey
Drinks: Greek wine famous for its unique
What did we learn today?
-What ingredients the Greeks used.
- What types of traditional food the Greeks ate.
- The difference and similarities of then and now.
- The meal of a Greek.