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WorldWideGreeks Online Forum Lets You Share Greek Recipes

Greeks love to cook and they all think their recipes are the best and now there’s a spot where they can share their love of Greek food with others and interact about Greek cuisine: www.worldwidegreeks.com/forums/food

WorldwideGreeks.com was founded in 2005 originally as a social media website but has become a Greek forum community for everyone, whether you are Greek, married into a Greek family, are traveling to Greece, or simply love the Greek food and culture.

Nick Stamoulis, of WorldwideGreeks.com, said about the Greek food section, “we are excited to provide people a space to share their love of all things Greek, including information about Greek food. People can ask questions, share their experiences, and meet other like-minded people who also love Greece and everything that goes with it.”

The purpose of WorldwideGreeks.com is for people that are interested in Greek culture, including Greek food. This can be a great benefit to those who love Greece, and it can also help people who plan to visit Greece be connected with resources that can help them plan their trips. And eat Greek food.

 

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