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Diana Farr Louis

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Diana Farr Louis

Diana Farr Louis moved from New York to Athens in 1972. She is the author of three cookbooks, Prospero’s Kitchen, about the Ionian islands; Feasting and Fasting in Crete, and, most recently, A Taste of Greece, Recipes, Cuisine and Culture, as well as a handful of guidebooks and travel books, and dozens of articles for publications in Greece and abroad. She has a monthly column called Eating Well is the Best Revenge on http://weeklyhubris.com/ and is a regular contributor to www.culinarybackstreets.com. Photo: Mary Ann Gildroy

Articles by Diana Farr Louis

Not Bread Alone: Food and the Refugees in Greece
By Diana Farr Louis
Whereas shelter and safety must come first, the question of food is so fundamental.
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