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Featured RecipeBy Chase Sobelman
This Mediterranean Chickpea Salad recipe is a combination of 3 simple recipes that all come together into a beautiful salad. This dish was served at the Mediterranean Diet Round Table Conference which is an event held with talks from experts on the Mediterranean Diet. A team of chefs headed by Chase Sobelman prepared breakfast and […]Read more →
Featured ArticleBy George Zikos
Looking for real, traditional Mediterranean food? Here is a collection of authentic Mediterranean food recipes. These are from a variety of different Mediterranean countries. Some of these are our own recipes, but many of them have been given to us by friends and colleagues who live in the Mediterranean, or have spent considerable time living […]Read more →
Foods of Crete Cook Book
A cookbook from the “heart” of the Mediterranean Diet
Do you want to eat like the healthiest people in the world?
In the 1960’s, the Greek island of Crete had the highest longevity rates in the world, the men lived to be the same age as the women and researchers could only find one man on the island who had heart disease.
In our cookbook, Foods of Crete: Traditional Recipes from the Healthiest People in the World you will find over 110 delectable recipes by Koula Barydakis, a chef and cooking teacher from the island and a guide to eating the Mediterranean diet by Bill Bradley, Registered Dietician.
The Guest HouseBy Chase Sobelman
Since I was a kid, I have loved tahini dressing and have had it on salad, falafel, sweet potatoes, grilled vegetables and noodles. Even though I have had it on so many foods, the basic recipe has always remained the same: tahini, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper. That is why I was super excited […]Read more →
Bill’s BlogBy Bill Bradley, R.D.
Does olive oil go bad? The simple answer is yes, but it takes time and chances are you will use it long before it’s actually turned. I have only seen it happen once and it was olive oil I had given to my Mom. She opened it up, put it in the fridge and never used it. Three years later, I opened it because I was going to cook something and found that it had gone rancid.Read more →