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Mediterranean derives from latin word mediterraneus, meaning in the middle of the earth or between lands. Mediterranean sea is a sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by Mediterranean region which are in the north, Anatolia and Europe, North Africa in south and Levant in the east. Some crops of the region are olives, grapes, oranges, and tangerines. In the bible, it is also known as the "Great Sea." Mediterranean countries that surround the Meditteranean Sea are Gibraltar, Spain, France, Monaco, Italy, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Northern Cyprus, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morroco.
Appetizer
GAMBAS AL AJILLO
(Shrimp seasoned w/ paprika and sauteed in lots of garlic)

TZATZIKI
(A Greek cucumber salad dressed w/ yogurt and highly flavored)

QUINOA WITH AVOCADO LIME
(Deep fried sweet potato balls w/ spinach)

Soup
LEMONY EGG SOUP WITH PEAS
(Greek soup with lemon and egg with a sweet springy flavor)

LEMONY ORZO SOUP WITH BABY SPINACH AND PEAS
(Inspired by Greek Avgolemono. Mixture of eggs and lemon with spinanch and baby peas)

CHICKPEA SOUP WITH CRISPY KALE
(Vegetarian Mediterranean Soup with tomatoes and chickpeas simmered with rose mary and bay leaf)

Salad
MEDITERRANEAN GREEK SALAD
(mixed with cucumber, feta cheese, olives, tomatoes, and red onion.)

SHEPHERD SALAD
(Diced tomatoes, cucumber, onion, parsley, olive oil and lemon dressing)

MEDITERRANEAN CEASERE SALAD
(Romaine Lettuce, garlic, croutons, and ceasare dressing)
Sea Food

MEDITERRANEAN GRILLED SALMON
(Salmon marinated in maple syrup, soy sauce and spices)

GRILLED SHRIMP SKEWERS
(Shrimps marinated in honey and spices)

CALAMARI ALA MEDITERRANEAN
(Calamari sauteed with green onions and fresh herbs in garlic tomato sauce)

Beef
MEDITERRANEAN…...

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