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Within days, Mezes Greek Grill begins serving Gyros during home football games at the Big House.

When we searched Google for ‘types of houses in greece’ here are some of the answers:

What are the houses like in Greece?

Many Greek homes are located very close to each other with little or no yard. Many homes are white with colorfully painted doors and windows. These homes are made of stone, brick, and clay. Ancient Greek homes were built around an open courtyard and some still follow this style.

What were the houses like in ancient Greece?

In most of ancient Greece, a house was built around an open air courtyard. Houses were built of stone, wood, and clay bricks. They were sturdy and comfortable. Larger homes might have several bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathing room, a woman's sitting area, a men's dining room, and one or two rooms for storage.

What is an ancient Greek house called?

Most Greek houses were small, with a walled garden or yard in the middle. The house was made of sun-dried mud brick. Mud houses crumbled away in a few years, and had to rebuild. So archaeologists do not dig up the ruins of Ancient Greek homes.

What type of food did the ancient Greeks eat?

The Ancient Greeks grew olives, grapes, figs and wheat and kept goats, for milk and cheese. They ate lots of bread, beans and olives. In the Summer months there were plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables to eat and in the winter they ate dried fruit and food they had stored like apples and lentils.

What kind of food do Greek people eat?

The Greeks eat bread, grains, potatoes, rice, and pasta nearly every day. Staples of the Greek diet include olives (and olive oil), eggplant, cucumbers, tomatoes, spinach, lentils, and other types of beans, lemons, nuts, honey, yogurt, feta cheese, eggs, fish, chicken, and lamb.

What kind of Greek food can I eat at the Big House?*

GYROS

  • Rotisserie Lamb and Beef: Slow cooked lamb and certified angus beef
  • Rotisserie Chicken: Traditional Greek slow cooked chicken filets
  • Hummus: cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and roasted garlic; includes pita
  • Baklava: rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey

*well, maybe we added this question and answer, but it’s true!




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