A Mediterranean Menu

Yogurt, Garlic, Cucumber, and Fennel Dip

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Though it's now on the menu of nearly all Greek restaurants, tzatziki seems to have its roots in Persian cuisine. It can be made with any crunchy, seasonal vegetable, or a combination of different ones. View recipe here .


A Mediterranean Menu
Experience the recipes that make the Mediterranean seaside coast so inviting.

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