Mediterranean Living
How to Eat Mediterranean2021-08-05T11:02:13-04:00

Learning about the Mediterranean Diet

7 Greek, Italian and Lebanese Eggplant Recipes

When it comes to Mediterranean vegetables, one of my favorites is eggplant. Eggplant can be breaded, fried, grilled and prepared in so many ways it is hard not to love it. Eggplant's ability to absorb flavor makes it ideal for marinades and casseroles where the flavors of the ingredients all come together while baking. These eggplant recipes come from Greece, Italy and Lebanon, which have some of tastiest foods in the Mediterranean.

7 of our Favorite Mediterranean Zucchini Recipes

Zucchini is just as plentiful in the Mediterranean as it is everywhere else which is why there are so many Mediterranean zucchini recipes. On the island of Crete, zucchini is often fried or baked in extra virgin olive oil. If you like fried food, the zucchini recipes for zucchini fries and fritters will rock your world. Zucchini is also a great vegetable for anyone who is avoiding gluten. Below you will find a recipe for zucchini noodles that even pasta lovers like myself find equally as tasty as normal pasta noodles.

Mediterranean Dinner Recipes of Summer

Summer is here and it is the best time to be eating Mediterranean. Why? In the summer time, fruits and vegetables are tastier than ever, people (even in the States) are slowing down, and families are reconnecting and sharing meals together. These are all staples of the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle. We have put together a collection of dinner recipes that you and your loved ones can enjoy for hours, not minding the clock but enriching yourselves in the present with healthy food that tastes amazing. We've include both main and side dishes, dinner recipes for both the grill or oven, vegetarian options - a whole assortment for you to choose from.

Our 7 Favorite Spanish Recipes

Here are 7 of our favorite recipes from Spain! We've included some of the tastiest, most traditional dishes the country has to offer including Tortilla Española, Patatas Bravas and Garlic Soup. What I love about Spanish food is how simple the ingredients are. Just grab some staples like high quality extra virgin olive oil, ripe vegetables and fresh eggs and you have yourself a delicious meal.