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33rd Annual Greek Food Festival

Friday-Saturday, June 6-7

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While barbecue season commences in late spring and the masses slip on flip-flops to chow down on burgers, sometimes you get in a rut and need some new cuisine. Something fresh and exciting--foreign, perhaps. In this case, go Greek. A good rule of thumb: The trickier the food is to pronounce, the more adventurous it will be: fasolia yahni, spanakopita and dolmades. Of course, there's no better way to end a festive evening than dessert, so take a bite of baklava and munch on some melomakarona to add a little sophistication to your sweet tooth. If you're kicking yourself because you're going to miss Savor Idaho--tickets are sold out--don't make the same mistake, and get yourself to the Greek.