Friday, 6 December 2013

Vegetarian souvlaki

Last night, after a work-related event which I attended with my whole family, as it was too late to cook a meal when we got back home, we bought souvlaki.
Vegetarian souvlaki with peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, fried potatoes, onion, potatoes, red pepper and tzatziki, all rolled up in Greek-style pita bread.
They also come vegetarian these days - in fact, you can get almost anything as a filling. (And if you want a vegan souvlaki, you simply ask to have a nistisomo, ie without meat or dairy.

You may be wondering about what kind of event held in a Greek town a whole family with children could attend during a school night, which goes on till late (we left at 9pm) that doesn't include food! This will be revealed in a later post.

But for now, enjoy these night shots of Hania, which I managed to take when we went out for a mid-week walk through the harbour on a wet cold night when the street were deserted, all taken by Venetian port behind the marina.

And something to remind us of the season:

The event took place at the ΚΕΠΠΕΔΗΧ-ΚΑΜ - Centre of Mediterranean Architecture, which you can learn more about here.

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