The Greek Tradition of Eating Hake on March 25th
On March 25, the most important day in the calendar, Greeks traditionally eat fried hake accompanied with a garlic puree called skordalia.
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Why Do Greeks Eat Hake on March 25th?
Tradition calls for Greeks, every year on the anniversary of March 25th, to have hake with garlic dip for their family dinner. The reason behind this tradition is that apart from being a National Holiday, March 25th is also a...