A Greek Idyll

Molyvos bridges the old country and the new
Owen Dugan
Issue: May 15, 2004

This August, the Olympics return to Athens, the site of the first modern games over a century ago and the capital of the event's historical homeland. Greece also sports a considerable national cuisine, and although it is less well-represented abroad than some of its Mediterranean neighbors, diligent diners can find fine examples of it in the United States.

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