It’s tomato season! That blessed time of the year when honest, sun-ripened, fruits-of-the-gods are bending vines from Portland to Pireaus.
Typical of many cultures, other than the North American, Greeks traditionally eat their big meal in the midday, followed by a rest before heading back to work. The evening meal will be something light, salad and bread, for example. The traditional Greek salad (Horiatiki) is on every menu this time of year. It’s quick and easy to make, pretty to look at and perfectly healthy to eat. Continue reading