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My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas Previous Broadcasts

Ancient Grains for Modern Cooks (Episode #103H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Feb 10, 2018 -- 2:30 PM

Diane explores the ancient grains that Greek cooks still love to use. A hearty, soul-satisfying breakfast grain called hondros, or cracked wheat, gives a great start to the day. Fresh vegetables, green apples and mint add a pop of freshness to an easy bread salad made with a classic Cretan barley rusk called dako or paximadi. Pasta tossed with Greek yogurt and half a dozen fresh herbs provides instant comfort with a taste that's quintessentially Greek. Finally, trahana, an unusual grain product made with milk and dried in the sun, turns a simple braised eggplant dish into something exotic and irresistible. Learn how to incorporate timeless ancient grains into every meal of the day. Oatmeal move over, ancient porridge with dried fruits and Greek honey; Dako, Cretan bread salad with tomatoes, green apples & herbs; Pasta tossed with lemon-yogurt and herbs; Sea bass fillets with bulgur pilaf; Eggplant braised with trahana.

Flavors of Longevity - Ikaria (Episode #102H)

KQED Plus: Sat, Feb 3, 2018 -- 2:30 PM

Diane travels to her family's native island of Ikaria, where locals are 10 times more likely to live to 100 than Americans. Diane's young 85-year-old neighbors share homemade wine and a lesson in making wild herb teas. A beekeeper reveals the honey that is one of the secrets to Ikarians' renowned longevity. Diane's friend Eleni joins her to cook a hardy eggplant dish and savor a rich, plant-based feast. Discover the spirit of Ikaria, which leaves no place for anxiety or life by the clock, but plenty of time for an impromptu dance and a feast for the senses that's healthy as can be. Enjoy the deliciously simple and wonderfully healthy cuisine of Ikaria. Longevity greens pies; Chickpeas baked with vegetables, herbs and honey; Soufico, a sumptuous eggplant casserole.

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