SLIDE SHOW: A Farmers' Market Menu: 9 Recipes With Herbs

Zucchini Fritters With Basil and Oregano

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Aglaia Kremezi


This is a much sought-after appetizer served at all Greek taverns today. In the old days it was considered a poor man's' keftedes (meatballs), for the people who could not afford to buy meat. View recipe here.


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