Greek food has had many influences over the years. Today it’s influenced by the surrounding Mediterranean with ingredients such as oils, herbs, fish, meats and cheese. The most characteristic and ancient element of Greek cuisine is olive oil, which is frequently used in most dishes. It is produced from the olive trees prominent throughout the region, and adds to the distinctive taste. Mezés, a collective name for a variety of small dishes are great for sharing. Keftedakia, or keftedes, Tzatziki and Greek salad otherwise known locally as Horiatiki all belong to an extensive list of mezzedes (appetizers) that are usually served at family gatherings or holiday parties.

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