These build-your-own Gyros and fresh Greek Salad are perfect for family dinners! Fresh and flexible, everyone will love the spread that lets them fill their wraps how they like - perfect for people with different eating habits!

FAMILY DINNER...

SERVINGS

4-5 people

TOTAL TIME NEEDED

1 hour

DRINK PAIRING

Dry rosé

MUSIC PAIRING
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CHICKEN GYROS

These build-your-own pita pockets are a delicious and fun way to enjoy moist chicken, fresh veggies and dips.

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GREEK SALAD

Fresh veggies, creamy feta and zesty seasonings combine to create this simple Greek salad. A perfect side for any occasion!

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QUINOA & HALLOUMI SALAD

Salty cheese, hearty grains and a mix of fresh veggies make this quinoa salad a healthy side.

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TZATZIKI

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New sounds with old soul. A delicious mix of attitude and sophistication.

New Soul; Funk

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Sens Sips

Two Wine Cups

Dry rosé

Clean, crisp white

Provence, France

Various regions, Australia

Think Mediterranean: light crisp flavors go with light crisp wines. Nothing fancy here just good elegant wines paired with good fresh food. Avoid anything heavy, too aromatic or complex that might complicate the food. Can't go wrong with a dry rose!

Conversation Starters

Gyro is pronounced YEE-roh.

The origins of the gyro, grilled meat cooked on a stick, started in modern day Turkey during the Ottoman empire. The dish spread throughout the region and evolved in Greece to include Tzatziki sauce.

The most common method of producing rosés involves a short maceration period (or the amount of time the juice is in contact with the grape skin). This is typically only 12-24 hours for most rosés, and means phenolics, or the chemicals that contribute various characteristics to a wine, have less time to influence the wine, resulting in a less stable color and fewer antioxidants.