Mini Lamb Gyros Recipe
Your favorite souvlaki, down-sized.
How-To: Make Cretan Spinach Pie with Andy Milonakis
Watch Andy Milonakis get back to his Greek roots as he uses poor knife skills, fresh herbs, and some good-ass feta to shows us how he eats like a fat prince with this Cretan spinach pie.
Did the Babylonians Beat the Greeks to Trigonometry By 1000 Years?
An ancient clay tablet may be the oldest and most accurate trigonometry table ever discovered.
This Nightmarish Comic Book Is Illustrated Entirely with Oil Paintings
Spyros Verykios's nightmarish artworks make this metaphysical horror story that much more terrifying.
We Asked Nigella Lawson for Her Christmas Dinner Game Plan
“Write a list of everything you plan to cook on Christmas Day,” advises Nigella Lawson, TV chef and unrivalled domestic goddess. “Then go away, drink a cup of tea, and strike out about half the dishes you’d planned.”
Fantastical Paintings Update Greek Mythology for Modern Times
Riot cops meet Heracles while a BMW runs into a 17th century painting in Jake Scharbach's time-bending art.
This Homemade Lamb Souvlaki Wrap Is Even Better Than the Street Version
Some things are meant to be eaten sloppily off a piece of parchment paper. Case in point: grilled lamb patties stuffed into a pita and doused with creamy, herbaceous yogurt sauce.
Code Your Way to Woven Photographs
Discover a whole new way to knit—using computer algorithms.
Classical Greek Statues Become Glitchy GIFs
Zach Dougherty turns classical busts and sculptures into geometric GIFs.
These Activists Set Up Roadside Kitchens for Europe’s Refugees
Food activism group No Border Kitchen serves thousands of meals to refugees every day, setting up in the street or squats. I join them in Lesbos, half a mile from the island’s ferry terminal.
The Greek Financial Crisis Could Mess With Your Beloved Feta and Olive Oil
Thinking of having a Greek salad for lunch tomorrow? Well, you should. Because it might be your last chance to get decent feta for a while and, well, Greece needs your money.
Artisanal Gelato and Climate Change Are Killing New York's Ice Cream Truck Mafia
Ice cream dons often have had the business in their family for decades, and everyone knows everyone else. There are two things you need to join the club—a mobile food permit and a list of good spots where you can sell—and both are almost impossible to...