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The Greek Vegetarian

The Greek Vegetarian

More Than 100 Recipes Inspired by the Traditional Dishes and Flavors of Greece

Diane Kochilas

St. Martin's Griffin


Trade Paperback

Greek cooking offers a dazzling array of greens, beans, and other vegetables-a vibrant, flavorful table that celebrates the seasons and regional specialties like none other.

In this authoritative, exuberant cookbook, renowned culinary expert Diane Kochilas shares recipes for cold and warm mezes, salads, pasta and grains, stews and one-pot dishes, baked vegetable and bean specialties, stuffed vegetables, soup, savory pies and basic breads, and dishes that feature eggs and greek yogurt. Heart-Healthy classic dishes, regional favorites, and inspired innovations, The Greek Vegetarian pays tribute to one of the world's most venerable and healthful cuisines that play a major component in the popular Mediterranean Diet.


Praise for The Greek Vegetarian

“This is the loveliest cookbook imaginable, full of splendid recipes and lore, and moreover just shining with Diane Kochila's intelligent passion for the cuisines of Greece.” —Nancy Harmon Jenkins, author of The Mediterranean Diet Cookbook

The Greek Vegetarian is an important book, because it brings together a broad spectrum of vibrant, healthy, delicious dishes. Diane Konchilas manages to cover a lot of Greek territory here, yet she never leaves us behind.” —Martha Rose Shulman, author of Mediterranean Light and Mexican Light

“A gifted storyteller and inspired cook, Diane Konchilas has brought the heart, soul, and spirit of the Greek table to us. The recipes are both mouthwatering and simple to prepare. I love this book.” —Marie Simmons, author of Rice, the Amazing Grain and Fresh & Fast

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About the author

Diane Kochilas

Diane Kochilas is the author of The Food and Wine of Greece, about which The Washington Post wrote, "There has never been a better, more comprehensive book on Green cuisine." Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Saveur, Cook's Illustrated, and Bon Appetit. She divides her time between New York City and Athens.

Diane Kochilas

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