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Old 07-26-2008, 11:31 AM   #1
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SurfinSapolopolous Makes Greek Food..

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My first attempt at making Domades (Stuffed Grape Leaves),Saganaki Shrimps,Pastitsio (Greek Pasta Cassarole) & Horiatiki (Greek Salad)... This meal was awesome and I will keep making it in the future... Greek Food Rocks!!!!
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Old 07-26-2008, 11:40 AM   #2
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Oh man SS, does that look great. Loved the video as well thanks for posting!
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I love Greek food and yours looks fantastic. Looks like you brought home some great new skills from the Med. Do you use any ole grape leaves
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Old 07-26-2008, 12:05 PM   #4
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I love Greek food and yours looks fantastic. Looks like you brought home some great new skills from the Med. Do you use any ole grape leaves
I only saw 2 brands at the store where I shop.. One of the brands was "Sultan"..I bought 2 grape plants for our yard so I am going to pickle fresh ones eventually... The food is way better today than last night... Kind of like good chili...
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Mighty mighty fine SS!!!!!
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Sapo, that shrimp thingy is interesting....after some research,
I found that the original recipe call for fresh tomatos...is that
what you used, or a sauce? any pics of the inside of that?
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Looks great, SS.

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Sapo, that shrimp thingy is interesting....after some research,
I found that the original recipe call for fresh tomatoes...is that
what you used, or a sauce? any pics of the inside of that?
I used canned pealed tomatoes.. I have never pealed a tomato and not sure how. I posted all the pics I took.. I was exhausted after making all the food. It took around 3 hours in the kitchen none stop.. .. The food rocks, but sure is time consuming.. Do you have broadband to see the video? It shows the sauce mixture.. I ate a bowl of the shrimp soup stuff this morning and it was unbelievable flavor...
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is the consistency soupy or more like a casserolle?
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Dude, that is simply AWESOME! If you're ever in Va, I'll buy the food, you cook THAT! Wow!
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