I spent most of my adult life cooking, but these days, I prefer keeping a low maintenance kitchen!
Without cooking, I'd like to join Gollum at Foodie Friday. If you'd like to join in, link in here.
When we went to Tarpon Springs last Saturday, we stopped for lunch at this Greek Restaurant. It's one of many along this road. There are outdoor tables, but we went inside to enjoy the air conditioning.
The name is Parthenonas. It was decorated so beautifully, but since there were other diners, I didn't want to invade people's privacy. So I didn't snap as many pictures as I would have liked.
Opaaa! Here's my lunch--a gyro (pronounced "year-oh.") Oh, it was so good--pita so full of meat, tomato, onion, and Tzatziki sauce!
Isn't that plate just lovely? I commented on it, and the waiter said, "Everyone loves the plates!"
Later, I peeked underneath and discovered that the plate was "made in China." I told the waiter, and we all had a big laugh about that.
They had two cases full of tempting desserts, but it wasn't hard for me to decide that I wanted baklavas. They're made of phyllo dough, honey, and nuts. I took these babies home and enjoyed them later. They were the best I've ever eaten.