03 June 2011


It is Greek Festival weekend at Sts. Constantine and Helen
Greek Orthodox Cathedral just down the street
from our house. This is the 35th Annual Festival, and
it is a big deal here in the Capitol of the Commonwealth.
There were seventeen dance groups scheduled for
this evening. And a lot of impromptu dancing around
the stage and in the lines waiting for foods.
My muzzer and Dad did not pawticipate, though they
enjoyed the dancing and the costumes.
This is the line for takeout food.
There are traffic policemen directing the traffic
on our part of Cary Street Rd., and lots of
folks are trolling for parking.
Fortunately, we live close enough to walk.
Here is ONE of the food tents.
There were four lines, and eight
checkout people!

And there were smaller tents for specialties like
Gyros and Limonata and seafood
Muzzer had Souvlaki
and Rice Pilaf
And a wonderful salad.
Dad had Tiropita,
A Shrimp Skewer
And a salad.

They brought home Baklava, Ergolavi, Greek donuts,
and some wonderful fennel flavored butter cookies.


We got leftovers, and now I know that I would
enjoy a trip to the Greek Isles.

A trip to Five Guys Hamburger
in Honor of My Pal Joey.


Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Mom is drooling -

Especially since York's festival is this weekend -

BUT she's going to swing by Wendy's when she's done at work tomorrow since it is just up the road a bit -

PeeEssWoo: Mom says she'd order what your dad had!

Maggie and Mitch said...

We've never had any Greek foodables before but we'd sure give it a go!
Enjoy your burger, Gussie!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Honey the Great Dane said...

What a great party!! My humans love watching Greek dancing...and don't even talk about the food!!! YUMMMMMMM!!!!!!! Especially baklava - my humans LOVE baklava!!!

Honey the Great Dane