Greektown Chicago Its History, Its Recipes
Greektown Chicago features the heritage of The Delta neighborhood and of Greek Americans in Chicago. The cookbook also contains recipes from residents, including some famous chefs and restaurants.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 200 pages.
Publisher: G. Bradley Publishing, Inc.
Author: Alexa Ganakos
Description: This often-used phrase is warmly said by Chicagoans to family and friends when suggesting where to share a meal together. Considering the many big-city restaurant choices, Greektown, amazingly, with its familiar surroundings, keeps drawing generations of locals who maintain a strong connection to the area.
In Greektown Chicago: Its History, Its Recipes, not only do we feature the heritage of the close-knit neighborhood, formerly known as "The Delta," we also celebrate the life stories of Greek Americans throughout Chicagoland. In this community, which gave the world gyros and saganaki, we turn a spotlight on four of Greektown's award-winning restaurants, legendary for classic Greek dishes of impeccable quality. They include: Costa's, Greek Islands, Parthenon, and Pegasus.
As an added bonus, Greek residents of Chicago have opened up their kitchens to share their time-tested, traditional recipes which are reminiscent of families gathering around Yiayia's dining table to share their lives and Sunday dinners.
Greektown Chicago: Its History, Its Recipes is a wonderful blend; a book like no other. Much like a recipe which offers delightful combinations to entice the senses, this book weaves a tapestry of culinary delights, snapshots portraying the daily lives and aspirations of Greektown immigrants, and reflections of an enduring community with a rich cultural history that still thrives today. Simply stated, this book seeks to bring you the best of the Greek community; its history, its food, its people, and its heart.
Condition: Good condition.
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