I could go google and poke around the internet and probably find some books, but what fun would that be not being able to chat with the rest of you about it?! I'm interested in spending more time on authentic Greek cuisine. For instance I have no idea if a "Greek salad" is actually greek. We have a Greek restaurant in my town, and their lemon roasted potatoes are something to behold. I love garlic, and the brightness brought by lemon. Love the coolness of something like tzatziki.. olives in every form.. etc. However, my exposure feels limited. From what I have seen, it is a simple cuisine, fire roasted lamb, broiled seafood, etc. But then there is spanakopita! There must be other recipes and foods that are in the kitchens of mothers and grandmothers in Greece. So I'd love if any of you have gone down this road to share with me your favorite books, web sites, or even just plain old recipes. I feel like Mediterranean food is generally healthy even if olive oil and wine is used abundantly.