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    To be noted that Mousaka is not a Greek recipe. It was brought here by christian Anatolian refugees from the population exchange between Greece and Turkey, like some other recipes.


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    There were ethnic Greeks in Anatolia since the times of Homer...

    Greeks are one of the oldest ethnicities inhabiting Anatolia.

    Anyway as Raine already said Moussaka has probably Persian roots and was altered/refined by Greeks to its current form...

    But it is one of the most famous and popular foods in Neo-Greek cuisine.

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    In order to make a grate mousaka you must to have good vegetable cutting gadgets for helping you cut all the vegetables for the meat mixture. It will defenitly make you half job.

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    Mousaka is anatolian/persian dish!!!

    Ottomans brought it in balkan region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Ola View Post
    Mousaka is anatolian/persian dish!!!

    Ottomans brought it in balkan region.
    We already had that discussion see the previous posts in this thread

    The moussaka as we know it in Greece appears first in a Greek recipe book written by Nikolaos Tselementes
    a Greek chef from Sifnos Island.


    Its different enough already from the Anatolian or Persian food with the same name
    to consider it a distinct dish of its own.

    Each cuisine has some infuences or ideas from abroad.

    In particular regarding cuisine and anything which has to do with foods things or ideas are not created out of nothing but always something
    already existing is taken as the basic idea and than its variated reworked into a new sort of thing

    Shall we now discuss if the Italian pizza Napoletana has also Arabic origins or came from the Anatolian Lahmacun?


    Why is everything Greeks do or have always put into question?

    But the same questions aren't asked for Italian food,Turkish Food,French Food e.c.t


    Greek cuisine as such is one of the oldest traditions

    Alot of ingredients used by Ancient Greeks such as Honey,Walnuts,Olives,Cheeses,Herbs are still used today and are also used by the neighbouring
    cultures.

    Greece is one of the oldest countries known for cultivating wine and has many excellent sorts of wine
    Nemea,Monemvasia,Cretan wine,Wine from Samos to name few.

    Greece has a great variety of special cheeses which are unique and very tasty and easily compete with cheeses in neighbouring
    countries for example the Italian ones

    Feta,Graviera,Anthoturo,Manouri"Cretan",Myzithra,Kapinisto Turi,Kefalo Turi
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    in my top 5 of favorite dishes for sure


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingOf View Post
    in my top 5 of favorite dishes for sure

    Yeah and Akis is just great!

    His versions of all recipes are simple and easy to do at home and always taste good!
    The Talmud tells us that the only language the Torah could be translated into elegantly is Greek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybernautic View Post
    We already had that discussion see the previous posts in this thread

    The moussaka as we know it in Greece appears first in a Greek recipe book written by Nikolaos Tselementes
    a Greek chef from Sifnos Island.


    Its different enough already from the Anatolian or Persian food with the same name
    to consider it a distinct dish of its own.

    Each cuisine has some infuences or ideas from abroad.

    In particular regarding cuisine and anything which has to do with foods things or ideas are not created out of nothing but always something
    already existing is taken as the basic idea and than its variated reworked into a new sort of thing

    Shall we now discuss if the Italian pizza Napoletana has also Arabic origins or came from the Anatolian Lahmacun?


    Why is everything Greeks do or have always put into question?

    But the same questions aren't asked for Italian food,Turkish Food,French Food e.c.t


    Greek cuisine as such is one of the oldest traditions

    Alot of ingredients used by Ancient Greeks such as Honey,Walnuts,Olives,Cheeses,Herbs are still used today and are also used by the neighbouring
    cultures.

    Greece is one of the oldest countries known for cultivating wine and has many excellent sorts of wine
    Nemea,Monemvasia,Cretan wine,Wine from Samos to name few.

    Greece has a great variety of special cheeses which are unique and very tasty and easily compete with cheeses in neighbouring
    countries for example the Italian ones

    Feta,Graviera,Anthoturo,Manouri"Cretan",Myzithra,Kapinisto Turi,Kefalo Turi
    Greek Food is delicious in my opinion.
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    Damn, I was doing it all wrong, putting the inner organs of a moose into socks, hanging them on a line, smoking them with olive-tree branches and then serving them. Wasn't that bad, actually, although peeling the socks off posed somewhat of a problem.

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