Phofish t1_j46zhb8 wrote

The food on the list called kokoretsi is a Turkish dish. His real name is KokoreƧ. It is a kind of dish made from the small intestine of a sheep, wrapped in a shish and fried over a ember. It is absurd to market the dishes spread from the Ottoman Empire as Greek dishes. The site called Tasteatlas scores oils in country cuisines to give more points to many countries. Kebab-style dishes come from the east of Turkey, not from the west. It has no ties to Greece but spread to many countries by the Ottoman Empire. I can't take a site that doesn't know this seriously.