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Proposals for implementation of District Grant and Global Grant projects

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1. Proposals for projects concerning 4 education GLOBAL GRANT 2. Proposals for projects concerning Health & Disease Treatment GLOBAL GRANT

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Proposals for projects concerning purchase of mobile fire extinguishing systems - DISTRICT GRANT

Welcome in Greece


1. Athens 12 2. Cyclades 13 3. The Ionian Islands 14 4. Dodecanese 15 5. Crete 16 Greek taste Mediterranean diet 18

2470 District
otary International District 2470 comprises the Rotary clubs of southern Greece. The 68 Rotary clubs and 1550 Rotarians of the district keep up the Rotary history on the Balkan peninsula. Rotary was expanded to Greece when RC of Athens was organized on December 27, 1928. The first Rotary club of the Balkans was organized in Athens with 24 charter members. In 1960, when Greek Rotarians amounted to 1000, which was required for a separate Rotary district, the Greek Rotary clubs formed the first Greek Rotary district. On July 1, 1992, due to the increase in Rotary clubs and Rotarians, the creation of a second district was approved. So, 2470 comprises the geographical area of southern Greece and 2480 the geographical area of northern Greece, Bulgaria, Servia and FYROM. On July 1, 2007 RID 2480 was divided into 2481, which comprised northern Greece, Servia, Montenegro and FYROM, and 2482, which comprised only Bulgaria. From July 1, 2012 after a further increase of members and Rotary clubs, a new district was formed, the second purely Greek district, RID 2484. Doing Good in the World: This is the motto and the thought that guide the activities of all the Rotarians in 2470 district. Greek Rotarians have been committed to performing a rich and wonderful service work both in Greece and abroad. Volunteer groups have visited countries

in Africa and Asia to offer their services (mostly medical) and donate medical equipment. In the last few years the economic situation in Greece has changed dramatically. This has resulted in large social groups being in a really terrible situation. At the same time there are huge shortages in equipment in small medical centers or bigger hospitals, in schools, social institutions, etc. Greek Rotarians are more sensitive than anybody else in problems of this kind. They have identified the needs and have planned projects to address the problems. Dear friends, Greek Rotarians are asking for your help to implement the planned projects and activities. In the following pages you can see three of the projects that were planned and are to be supported by RID 2470 and Rotary clubs. If you think you can help even in part to carry them out, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you in advance for your help, and we hope we will soon hear from you and, of course, we will gladly welcome you in our beautiful country and offer you a memorable experience. Kosmas Choutouriadis Governor 2013-14 2470 District Rotary International

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
(Nelson Mandela)

1. Proposals for projects concerning education GLOBAL GRANT

Training young people in new technologies is a unique and very important asset to them to address the future. Supplying one classroom per school with computers and the accompanying educational equipment will allow the teachers to perform their work more easily and more effectively while students will have the opportunity to acquire the essential means not just to address, but to affect their future. Eight (8) Rotary clubs in Athens, wishing to contribute in young peoples better education, have planned a project the purpose of which is to supply eight (8) school classrooms with the necessary equipment, which is the following: a. Secondary Schools and Lyceums 1. Porcelain boards, mat, measuring 1.20 x 2.40 2. One video projector 3. One interactive board 4. 10 computers to equip a computer science classroom, with Windows XP or newer, memory RAM 4 MG and 16inch or bigger screen 5. 10 table-desks and 20 chairs

As far as the proposal is concerned, eight Secondary Schools have been selected by Rotary clubs of RID 2470, four of which are located in Athens.

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Cost of Materials and Technological Equipment

Item Description Unit Price Qnty Amount VAT 23% Total Amount Amount in USD

Porcelain board Video projector Interactive board

190.00 535.00 630.00

8 8 8

1,520.00 4,220.00

349.60 984.40

1,869.60 5,264.40 6,199.20

2,399.54 6,756.60 7,956.36

5,040.00 1,159.20

Computers, with Windows XP or newer, RAM 4 GB Monitor 19, K/B & Mouse 218.00

80 17,440.00 4,011.20 21,451.20 27,531.54 80 160 3,920.00 901.60 4,821.60 5,707.20 6,188.28 7,324.91 4,640.00 1,067.20

Table-desks Chairs General Total

49.00 29.00

38,344.00 8,819.12 47,163.12 58,157.23

All calculations were made at Euro/Dollar rate= 1.283450 The amount RID 2470 has available for supporting club projects is 8,000 USD. The clubs participating in this project will contribute 9,000 USD for its implementation. An equal amount is required from International partners (districts and clubs). An equal amount is required from districts and clubs.
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Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.


2. Proposals for projects concerning Health & Disease Treatment GLOBAL GRANT
After an assessment made by Rotary clubs of RID 2470, numerous serious shortages were identified in local medical centers (surgeries), especially on small frontier islands in the Aegean Sea. We can definitely start by supporting five local surgeries with urgent needs (the surgeries are on islands visited by many tourists in the summer without having the necessary equipment and in the winter they are often cut off from the neighboring bigger islands or the mainland as travels are very often extremely difficult). The total cost of the equipment for each surgery amounts to 4,969 Euro or 6,377.47 USD (total prices including taxes). Total cost for 5 local surgeries is 31,887.35 USD. All calculations were made at Euro/Dollar rate= 1.283450 The amount RID 2470 has available for supporting club projects is 3,500 USD. The clubs participating in this project will contribute 6,000 USD for its implementation. An equal amount is required from districts and clubs.

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Examination Table/Couch, back rest adjustable, framework made of Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Mayo Table, Hydraulic (40x60x80cm) Stethoscope RIESTER ANESTOPHON Automated External Defibrillator I-PAD with audio commands in Greek Riester Diagnostic Set, Otoscope and Ophthalmoscope heads with C-handle with Vacuum light 2.7V with hard protective case. BEURER GS37 electronic scale Medical headlight RIESTER Scoop stretcher to lift patients Surgical Needle Holders 18cm Rochester-Pean Forceps Straight 18 cm Kocher Forceps Straight 18 cm Surgical scissors stainless steel straight (bluntblunt)16cm Sterilization Box Stainless Steel GIMA 25x12x4 cm

Single-channel portable cardiograph SE-100 Edan Instruments with Foldable LCD screen Autoclave with Dry Cycle 9 lit / 180 C Sphygmomanometer ALP (simple) SUPER VEGA suction aspirator 3.0 L/ min Flow (air) 40.00 L/min Blood Glucose Monitoring System PRECISION XTRA Finger Oximeter EDAN H10 Mosquito Forceps Curved 12cm Surgical forceps 18 cm Anatomical forceps 18 cm Metzenbaum scissors straight (bluntblunt) 16 cm Suture Scissors Dish kidney Stainless steel S5 cm

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Looking like the flame of Hephaistos, weariless.

(Homer, Iliad 17. 88 ff )

3. Proposals for projects concerning purchase of mobile fire extinguishing systems - DISTRICT GRANT
More and more areas of the earth become drier due to an increase of average temperature, especially in the northern hemisphere. At the same time, together with air pollutants, the quantity of carbon remains on earth is increased. As a result, these areas become more and more susceptible to catching fire. These are fires which very often do not start due to mans intervention but due to natural phenomena like a thunder. In the summer 2007, there was one of the most serious environmental catastrophes in the history of modern Greece. Extensive fires in numerous places of the country, especially in August, burnt down over 268,834 acres of land (2,700 km) and 63 people were killed. By August 30, 1,500 houses had been burnt down and 6,000 people were left homeless. The cost of the catastrophe amounts to five billion Euro. The fire burnt down 4.5 million olive trees and 60,000 sheep and goats. The areas affected by fires were the prefectures of Messinia, Arcadia, Helia, Achaia, Laconia, Argolida and Corinthia, with the prefecture of Helia having suffered the most extensive and disastrous stroke. Especially in the area of ancient Olympia the fire burnt down thousands of acres of forest land and fields, and there was danger even for the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, a monument that UNESCO has characterized as world heritage.
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The disaster could have been avoided if the communities which are in the region had the basic equipment to fight a fire at its initial stage. The Rotary clubs of the Peloponnese, wishing to protect both the natural and the cultural wealth of the region, have planned a project to address this need. The project includes supplying the existing community trucks with mobile fire extinguishing systems. This project has been presented to the administrative authorities of the prefectures in question and was welcomed with enthusiasm by all concerned. So, the Rotary clubs of the Peloponnese (RC of Patra Gephyra, Patra, Patra Panachaiko, Patra Aghios Andreas, and Kalamata) seek partners in order to be able to implement this crucial project. The selected fire extinguishing equipment is appropriate for extinguishing a fire at its initial stage and has been tried in similar cases in Spain. The cost of each fire extinguishing piece of machinery amounts to 2,585 USD plus VAT 23% (3,180 USD Final unit price). The need is for five mobile fire extinguishing systems. The clubs have raised the amount of 4,000 USD and RID 2470 has 4,000 USD from the DDF in order to support the clubs, which means that clubs interested in participating in the project could contribute the rest 7,900 USD. Interested clubs (one or more) could contribute any amount they can afford for the project to be completed.

Cost of Materials and Equipment

Item Description Unit Price Qnty Amount VAT 23% Amount in $

Extinguishing equipment 2,585.00 USD 5

12,925 USD 2,972.75 USD 15,897.85 USD

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Welcome to Greece !

reece, Hellas, officially known as the Hellenic Republic is a modern multicultural country, located near the crossroads of Europe and Asia and forms on the southern end of the Balkans. The Aegean Sea lies to the east and the Ionian Sea, lies to the west of the mainland, including more than 2000 islands, 170 inhabited. Greece is one of the cradles of

European civilisation, whose ancient scholars made great advances in philosophy, medicine, mathematics and astronomy. In the conscience of the civilized world, Greece is the symbol of democracy, art, the Olympic games, literature and drama. Greece is also famous for its natural beauty. With its breathtaking landscapes, the cleanest seas in the

world, the thousands of islands with crystal clear blue waters, wonderful hillside villages, a fantastic variety of ecosystems, old forests, wetland habitats, fertile valleys, lakes, rivers, thousands of monuments, caves with mild climate throughout the year, can become an ideal destination to visit and live. Additionally Greece, offers lots of special interest activities to be enjoyed all year round: Alternative tourism has become a priority of Greeces tourist policy. This rapidly growing sector of Greeces tourism includes adventure journeys, health and beauty tourism, sports tourism, marine tourism, ecotourism, agro-tourism, religious

tourism, gastronomy, etc. Finally, Greeks deserve to be mentioned. It is easy to make contact with the Greek people as they are friendly, openminded and open hearted people. Greek hospitality and friendship will never let you down. Keep always in mind that our smile and friendliness will lead you. In other words, Greece offers you a lot of opportunities for your entertainment and cultural knowledge. Kosmas Choutouriadis Governor 2013-14 2470 District Rotary International

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Athens

Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age. In the 5th Century BC (the Golden Age of Pericles) the culmination of Athens long, fascinating history the citys values and civilization acquired a universal significance.

ver the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments - a rare historical palimpsest. In 1834, it became the capital of the modern Greek state and in two centuries since it has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivalled charm. A large part of the towns historical centre has been converted into a 3-kilometre pedestrian zone (the largest in Europe), leading to the major archaeological sites (archaeological park), reconstructing to a large degree the ancient landscape.

Around Acropolis
The tour starts at the temple of Olympian Zeus (6th c. B.C.), one of the largest in antiquity and close by Hadrians Arch (131 A.D.), which forms the symbolic entrance to the city. From there, walking along Dionysou Areopaghitou Street (on the south side of the Acropolis) you pass by the ancient Theatre of Dionysos (5th c. B.C.), where most of the tragedies by Sophocles, Euripides, Aeschylos and Aristophanes were performed. If you keep walking, you will reach the ruins of the Asklepieion (5th c. B.C.) and the Stoa of Eumenes (2th c. B.C.) and from there the Odeion of Herodes Atticus, which was built in 161 A.D. and is nowadays the venue of the performances of the Athens Festival. From there you climb up to the sacred rock of the Acropolis, the site of some of the most important masterpieces of worldwide architecture and art, the most renowned of which is the Parthenon temple. Apart from this, also impressive are the Propylaea, the temple of the Athene Nike and the Erechtheion, while you must not skip a visit to the Museum, located close to the Parthenon. Moreover, from the rock you have an impressive view of the city. Only 300m away from the sacred rock of Acropolis stands the impressive new Acropolis Museum, one of the most important contemporary

Marina Flisvos

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works of architecture in Athens. It is made of steel, glass and concrete and it houses 4,000 priceless finds from the Acropolis monuments that represent its history and function as the most important religious centre of ancient Athens. Coming down from the Acropolis you arrive at the Areios Pagos, the most ancient law court of the world. Opposite, there is Philopappou Hill, with its beautiful cobbled paths and the Roman monument by the same name on its top, while close by is the Pnyx, where the citizens of ancient Athens used to assemble and exert their democratic rights. Walking farther along the pedestrian road you arrive at the Ancient Agora, which was the commercial, political and religious centre of ancient Athens. A visit to the archaeological site will give you the opportunity to become acquainted with the workings of Classical Athenian democracy. From there, via Hermou Street, you arrive at the Kerameikos, the largest cemetery of the ancient city, with impressive tomb sculptures and stelae. The Iridanos River, sacred in antiquity, runs through the archaeological site.

Monastiraki square, Athens

Sunset on the Island of Santorini

The most famous island group in the Aegean Sea comprises some of the most beautiful islands in the world!
he nameCycladesrefers to the islands forming a circle (the name in English means: circular islands) around the sacred island of Delos. According to the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the sea, furious at the Cyclades nymphs turned them into islands. Let your dream come true in one of the following islands: Mykonos, one of the most famous destinations worldwide and a favorite holiday spot of the jet set, Mykonos, is extremely beautiful and well known for its bare hills, the amazing sandy beaches, the white country chapels and the Cycladic architecture. Cousteau looked for the lost city of Atlantis on Santorini. Crescent-shaped Santorini (or Thra), the precious gem of the Aegean, is actually a group of islands consisting of Thra, Thirassi, Aspronssi, Palea and Nea Kamni in the southernmost part of Cyclades.

Portara, an iconic 6th century BC marble gate

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Delos, the birth place of Apollo and Artemis, used to be a religious centre for the whole of Greece in the ancient times, as well as the principal trading port in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Roman times. Delos is uninhabited today and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, receiving large numbers of visitors who flock to admire remarkable monuments and impressive mosaics. Unrivalled natural beauty, beaches of crystal clear waters, unique Byzantine footpaths connecting traditional villages and breathtaking landscapes make Paros, located at the heart of Cyclades, one of the most beloved holiday destinations in Greece Naxos, the biggest and the greenest island in the Cyclades with impressively high mountains, fertile valleys, lush green gorges, stunning seascapes and traditional villages perched high on mountain tops, where the inhabitants still wear their traditional dress and live off the fruits of the land! Naxos is also an island of beautiful old churches, monasteries and Venetian castles coexisting harmoniously with Cycladic cubic houses... Syros, This is the island where Greek tradition and western influence come to a harmonious marriage. Hermoupoli (meaning the city of Hermes) is the islands capital town and has been the first important trade and industrial centre of the country in the 19th century.

The Ionian Islands

Shipwreck beach, Zakynthos

The temperate climate, the deep and cool sea waters, the cultural heritage, and the cheerfulness of the inhabitants, make the Ionian Islands the ideal place for a holiday as well as rest and relaxation.

hat is more, the traits of the Ionian Islands are perfectly combined with a flawless tourism infrastructure, excellent hotel accommodation, restaurants, diving centers, sea sports, cultural events, and a multitude of sights, historic monuments and museums worth visiting. Scattered along the western coastline of Central Greece, the Ionian Islands as they are known, are an island cluster comprising twelve small and large islands whose total surface area comes to 2,200 square kilometers. Zakynthos, Ithaca, Corfu (Kerkyra), Kefalonia, Lefkada, and Paxi are the six, large Ionian Islands. Antipaxi, Erikousa, Mathraki, Othoni, Meganisi and the deserted islets of Strofades south of Zakynthos are the smaller Ionian Islands. Together with the island of Kythira and the neighboring Antikythira the islands form the island cluster of Eptanisa. Nevertheless it should be

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noted that Kythira and Antikythira are completely cut off from the rest of the Ionian Islands situated as they are across southern Peloponnese and the coast of Laconia. Once, the Ionian Islands were part of Central Greece but were torn apart when the terrain sank due to the seismic activity along the great coastline fault of the Ionian Sea. This accounts not only for the ragged shores and hauntingly beautiful beaches but it also accounts for the islands tall mountains, once part of the Pindos mountain range which crosses Central Greece. It also accounts for the great depth of the waters in the area which, at 4,406 meters, is the greatest in the Mediterranean.

The citadel (Chora) of Patmos Island

The island complex of Dodecanese in south-eastern Aegean is the sunniest corner in Greece. Twelve large islands and numerous smaller ones with crystal clear waters, sandy or pebbly beaches, important archaeological finds, imposing Byzantine and medieval monuments and unique traditional settlements are waiting to be discovered.

f you are desperately seeking to discover lesser-known, unspoiled destinations visit Leros or Pserimos. But there is always Rhodes and Kos, larger and more cosmopolitan islands awaiting to offer you strong, and treasured memories. Just take your pick! Welcome to Rhodes, a medieval treasure beautifully preserved throughout the centuries. Wander around its magnificent Old City, surrounded by medieval walls with seven gates, and admire the Palace of the Grand Master, the most awe-inspiring building in the whole island. Take a romantic stroll around the famous Street of the Knights and feel like a holy warrior in shining armour, or a noble princess. Peer into the historic past of the city with a visit to the Archaeological Museum. Mandrki, the (ancient) harbour, is distinguished from the outer harbour by the 3 windmills and the fortifications at the end of the dock. During your quest, you will encounter some of the citys most remarkable buildings: the National Theatre, the Courts, the City Hall and the Governors Palace. Visit stunning wonders of nature, such as the Seven Springs, the Valley of the Butterflies and Rodni Park, a green valley with running

Palace of the Grand Master, Rhodes

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the 4th century Asclipiion, Kos Island

waters, small bridges and many peacocks, the trademark of the park! Get a deeper insight into the rich history of the island through your visit to the breathtaking Acropolis of Lndos and Ialisss as well as Ancient Kmiros, which were all powerful cities in ancient times. Well-preserved castles, like the ones of Kritinia and Monlithos are also waiting to be discovered! Kos. The islands trademark is its medieval castle (Nerantzi Castle) situated at the entrance of the port. Wander along the impressive avenue with the Palm Trees, or stroll around famous squares like Platnou Square and Elefthera Square and admire legendary buildings, remains of the Italian rule. Interested in history? Pay a visit to the ancient city of Kos and observe important archaeological finds dating back to the 4th century. Did you actually know that you can sit under the plane tree where Hippocrates himself, the Father of Medicine, used to teach his students and examine his patients? The plane tree must be over 2,500 years old, and it is in fact the oldest in Europe! Dont miss the 4th century Asclipiion, the Antimhia 15th century castle with its imposing battle tower, as well as one of the most scenic villages of Kos with a distinctive traditional character, Zi nestled amongst a dense cedar forest. Patmos. The island of the Apocalypse or Jerusalem of the Aegean welcomes you! Ptmos is quite popular amongst pilgrims since in one of the islands caves John the Theologian, one of Christs disciples, wrote the Book of Revelations. The stunning beauty of Hra, a carefully preserved medieval settlement with narrow, maze-like alleys and stone-built houses will take your breath away. Dont miss the imposing fortified monastery of Saint Ioannis and the Theologian Apocalypse cave!

Agios Nikolaos, Crete

Crete is the largest island in Greece, and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean Sea.

ere, the visitor can admire the remnants of brilliant civilizations, explore glorious beaches, impressive mountainscapes, and become part of the islands rich gastronomic culture. Crete is, after all, a small universe teeming with beauties and treasures that you will probably need a lifetime to uncover! Crete is divided into four prefectures. Rethymno Cretes smallest prefecture located between White Mountains and Mt Psilortis (also called di), is synonymous with gorgeous mountainscapes, marvellous beaches, Cretan lyre melodies, tsikoudi spirit served with oft, legendary caves, historic monasteries and

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monuments, traditional mountain villages and luxurious holiday resorts. Feel the essence of Mythical Crete in this mountainous, remote and selfsufficient region of the island of Crete. Chania The region of Chania on the western side of the island, is dominated by the impressive White Mountains (in Greek: Lefk ri) and its famous National Park, which occupy the largest part of the region.The Prefecture of Chania provides tourist services and activities of all kinds, satisfying all the choices. The city of Chania maintains unaltered all of its characteristics, from the time of the Venetian Rule up until today. Heraklion The largest and most densely populated region on the island of Crete is Heraklion (Irklion). Nestling picturesquely among two imposing mountain ranges di (Mt Psiloritis) to the west and Dikti (Lasithitika mountains) to the east Irklion boasts exceptional archaeological treasures, significant coastal settlements, a series of picturesque villages, vast valleys with olive groves and vineyards as well as the best organized tourist infrastructure in Crete. A unique combination of urban scenery and natural wealth makes the region of Irklion an appealing all-year-round destination. Due to its geographical position between Africa, Europe, and Asia Minor and due to its mild climate, Crete became a center of culture as early as Neolithic times. The first prehistoric settlements appeared in Crete around 6000 BC while in 2600 BC settlers who knew how to craft bronze arrived in Crete. It was then that the illustrious course of the Minoan Civilization began, reaching its peak around 1950 BC with the erection of the imposing palaces in Knossos, Faistos, and Malia. Mythology has it that it was in a cave of Crete where the goddess Rhea hid the newborn Zeus. In that cave, Zeus was brought up by the nymphs while the demonical Kouretes would strike their shields loudly so that Cronus would not hear the crying of the baby Zeus and eat it. It was also to Crete that Zeus, disguised as a bull, took Europa so that they could enjoy their love together. Their union produced a son, Minos, who ruled Crete and turned it into a mighty island empire of the seas. In Minoan times, even Attica would pay a tribute tax to Crete, until Theseus, the Athenian prince, killed the Minotaur. The truth behind the myth is the existence of a mighty and wealthy kingdom and of a civilisation that is considered the most ancient one on the European continent.

Knossos Palace, Crete

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Greek taste Mediterranean diet Cheese Saganaki

Ingredients: 1 slab of cheese, 4 x 4 and 1/2 inch thick, trimmed of any rind 1 heaping Tbsp. of olive oil all-purpose flour for dredging 1/2 shot glass of Metaxa (brandy or Ouzo) wedge of lemon

re-heat a heavy-bottomed skillet (a cast-iron pan works very well) to a medium-high heat. Place your slab of cheese under running tap water then dredge in all-purpose flour. Shake off any excess flour. Add your olive oil to the skillet. Add a sprinkle of flour into the pan to test if the oil is hot enough. As soon as it sizzles, add your cheese to the skillet and sear for a couple of minutes. Carefully flip the cheese with a spatula and allow to sear for a couple of minutes on the other side.

Ingredients: 15 ml fresh dill finely chopped 473 ml Plain yoghurt 1 Garlic minced 5 ml fresh mint finely chopped 15 ml White vinegar 10 ml Fine olive oil (or more) 1 md Cucumber; * 1 pn Salt

*Note: Cucumber should be peeled, seeds removed, and diced or grated. Drain excess juice if grated. Combine all the ingredients in a glass or earthenware bowl and chill; to allow flavors to penetrate cucumber. Serve as a dip, or on lettuce leaves as a salad, or with fried zucchini, eggplant, or fish. 18 Welcome to Greece

the flour, stirring quickly with a wooden spoon to prevent lumps from forming. Stir & cook the flour/ butter mixture to a golden colour. Pour in the milk while stirring and then and salt to taste, stirring the mixture constantly. When it thickens, turn off the heat and add your cheese and slowly pour in your eggs, continue stirring. Add your nutmeg and stir. Assembly In a large casserole, place one layer of eggplant on the bottom then spread some meat sauce over top and sprinkle with some grated cheese. Add the second layer of eggplant and again the meat sauce and the grated cheese. Put the Bechamel Sauce on top and sprinkle more grated cheese to help with a crisp, golden surface. Bake in a pre-heated 375F oven for 30-40 minutes or when top is golden brown. Allow the Moussaka to rest for 30 minutes before cutting and serving.

re-heat a heavy-bottomed skillet (a cast-iron pan works very well) to a medium-high heat. Place your slab of cheese under running tap water then dredge in all-purpose flour. Shake off any excess flour. Add your olive oil to the skillet. Add a sprinkle of flour into the pan to test if the oil is hot enough. As soon as it sizzles, add your cheese to the skillet and sear for a couple of minutes. Carefully flip the cheese with a spatula and allow to sear for a couple of minutes on the other side. Bechamel Sauce Put the butter in a pot to melt. Add

Ingredients (Moussaka): 3 large eggplants 1 kg of extra lean ground beef 4 tbsp of olive oil 2 large onions, diced 3 bay leaves 6 cloves of minced garlic 1 -796ml can of plum tomatoes, pureed (or Pomodoro) 1/2 cup white wine salt, pepper 3 tsp dried oregano 1/2 tsp cinnamon Ingredients (Bechamel Sauce): 3 large eggplants 1 kg of extra lean ground beef 4 tbsp of olive oil 2 large onions, diced 3 bay leaves 6 cloves of minced garlic 1 -796ml can of plum tomatoes, pureed (or Pomodoro) 1/2 cup white wine salt, pepper 3 tsp dried oregano 1/2 tsp cinnamon Ingredients: 3 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice 1 clove Garlic, minced tsp Dried Oregano tsp Sea Salt tsp Freshly Ground Black Pepper 3 Tomatoes, cut into wedges Red Onion, sliced into rings Cucumber, sliced into thick half-moons Green Pepper, julienned 4 oz Feta Cheese, cut into small cubes 16 Kalamata Olives

Greek Salad

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Contact Information:
Name: Cosmas Choutouriadis (DG 2013-14) Phone: (Home) +30 210 9919071 (Work) +30 210 9374136 (Mobile) +30 6977 348373 E-mail: Language: French / English