The seafood and meats found in Mediterranean countries is arguably some of the best. Because they’re difficult to replicate (I’m in college! Do you know the price of veal??), I have to resort to looking at my photographs and hoping that will satisfy me enough to stop craving this Greek fare. It never works, so I’ll just have to wait for my return.
The best thing about this food is that it looks overly complicated to make, but it’s remarkably simple. Veal cooked in tomato stew covered in feta, seasonings, and herbs, all roasted in a clay pot. The picture below is self-explanatory, even though I consider any sardines served without lemon nothing short of an abomination.