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Re: Re: Haggis/ Gyros

Not to drag this thread on any further.....but just adding my bit fwiw....I 
remember eating Gyros as a child in Europe, and that was 35+years ago.  These 
were Turkish though, not Greek.  Don't recall seeing Gyros in Greece.   Many 
things are not mentioned in cookbooks because of the special products needed 
that are not generally available.    Dh and I belong to an International 
Gourmet cooking club....we have learned that about many dishes that we needed 
recipes for.

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 12/15/2002 1:48:19 PM Central Standard Time, 
melauter@earthlink.net writes:

> I have several Greek cookbooks, and gyros are not mentioned in any of 
> them.  It's a modern fast food.  I think you have to have a special 
> vertical rotisserie for the meat.  Then they serve it in Arab bread, don't 
> they?  The only one I ever ate was in Arab bread.  Margaret L

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