Flavors of the Mediterranean

28 Mar

To speak of “Mediterranean Cooking” — to make one language describe the couscous and dried fruit of Morocco, an Egyptian breakfast of ful, cool yogurt soup from Syria, Greek octopus salads, Italian prosciuttos, Niçoise pissaladières, and Catalan seafood stews — may seem a fool’s errand. The Mediterranean can be crudely divided into three culinary regions. Find out more about the cuisine. http://bit.ly/GXyb5d

Posted by: Chapa Grill

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