Greek Dinner Menu
With caramelized fennel, roasted red peppers, olives, lemon juice, wine, and ouzo, this Mediterranean-style shrimp dish is fresh and colorful.
- Recipe: Santorini Shrimp
Lamb Souvlaki with Tzatziki
These party-friendly skewers of tender meat are perfect when paired with traditional Greek yogurt dip.
- Recipe: Lamb Souvlaki with Tzatziki
After marinating for eight hours, drain the oil off before serving, and save it as a delicious salad dressing.
- Recipe: Marinated Feta
Quick-Pickled Cucumber Salad
Just 15 minutes of prep, and you're on your way to delicious homemade pickles.
- Recipe: Quick-Pickled Cucumber Salad
Roasted Red Bell Pepper Salad
Peppers, garlic, pine nuts, and olives are the star of this simple yet flavorful dish.
- Recipe Roasted Red Bell Pepper Salad
With three kinds of olives, capers, and a simple dressing, this tapenade is an authentic and delicious side for a Greek feast.
- Recipe: Olive Tapenade
What to Drink
Sara Schneider, Sunset magazine's wine expert, helped round up the best white and red wines to serve at your Santorini supper.
Domaine Sigalas 2014 Assyrtiko/Athiri (Santorini; $18). This sweet-tart white has a briny character that pulls out flavor elements in the shrimp and sides, such as herbs, capers, fennel, olives, and peppers.
Tselepos 2012 Driopi Classic Agiorgitiko (Nemea; $20). An earthy, leathery quality pairs well with the lamb; vibrant acidity plays off the tomatoes, too.
Twomey 2014 Sauvignon Blanc (Napa and Sonoma; $25). The citrus and herbs in this white are happy even with the assertive flavors of vinegar, olives, and capers.
Rusack 2012 Ballard Canyon Estate Syrah (Santa Barbara County; $29). Black olive, pepper, and juicy dark fruit notes complement the richness of the lamb skewers.