Greeks love their food. They love to eat and love to feed others especially their neighbours. This is one place you are guaranteed never to feel hungry in a Greek Home. Greek food uses mainly fresh local ingredients such as Mediterranean vegetables, olive oil, lemon juice, various types of fish and meat, as well as grains. We asked around a Greek City Times Complied our Top 10 Greek dishes including recipes for you to make at home. For recipes click on the blue links. \tGemista \tPatates Tiganites See Below \tMoussakas \tXoriatiki Salata \tMakaronia me kima \tPastitsio \tSouvlaki \tKeftedes \tGigantes Plaki \tSpanakopita Patates Tiganites (Fried Potatoes, the Greek way) \tPotatoes (about 1 medium potato per person) \tOlive oil for frying \tSalt \tOregano (optional) Directions: \tPeel and wash the potatoes. \tCut them into slices about 1 cm, thick and then into sticks. \tPut them in a bowl with cold water until you are ready to fry them so that they do not oxidize. \tJust before frying, drain the potatoes and sprinkle with salt. \tHeat the olive oil (which should be enough to cover the potatoes) in a heavy skillet or a wok. \tJust before the smoking point, add the potatoes. \tDon’t stir before 5 minutes have passed and then stir occasionally until the desired colour. \tServe hot sprinkling some oregano and extra salt on top. Enjoy.