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“Favorite Place (s) to Eat Lunch in Midtown: This list is a bit 9th Avenue focused: Xie Xie (on 9th btw. 45+46th) for their sweet glazed pork bun, Poseidon Bakery (on 9th Ave.btw. 44+45th) for their spanakopita and tiropita.”
“The lovely yellow plate in this food photo was a gift from my friend Georgette, who is one of the Greek friends I hope will help me learn to make tiropita this year.”
“She reached into her shopping basket, pulled out two tiropita—flaky turnovers filled with feta cheese—and handed him one.”
“Mostly, we ate: pastitsio, spanakopita, tiropita, keftedes, salata, but we also saw the colorful folk dancers and toured the crowded gift shop.”
“Indian hand pies called samosas usually have a spicy filling, and Greek tiropita pies often are sold as a quick breakfast on the go.”
“The luncheon will feature Greek foods including pastitsio (pasta with a meat sauce topped with a delicate bechamel), tiropita (cheese pie), spanakopita (spinach and cheese pie), dolmathes (stuffed grape leaves), Greek salad and baklava for dessert.”
“No matter whether you're familiar enough with Mediterranean cuisine to know if Gerhke's tiropita and melizanosalata taste like the true Greek dishes, you can tell immediately that her cuisine is true home-cooking.”
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Pies, Tarts, Turnovers, and other flaky or wrapped lovelies
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