We know Greeks like to eat pork during the holidays.
And because a simple pork roast can get boring, we ventured out to 30th Avenue in Astoria, surveyed a pair of well-known Greek restaurateurs and asked them to share Greek-inspired pork dishes with our readers.
We are inspired by what they shared and your taste buds will be too.
Matthew Katakis of Butcher Bar and Pita Pan shared the first recipe — pork with celery avgolemnono — which is his grandmother’s from Crete. Click here to see the recipe
Pete and Chris Giannakas of Ovelia shared the second recipe — fried pork chops with feta sauce with green olives. Click here to see the recipe.
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