Recommended Mediterranean Region Explorer Maps. 1:2,750,000 & 1:4,700,000. Ocean Explorer Maps, UK. This excellent series of maps are ideal for students and the classroom. While not really usable as a road map, the extensive historical, biological, and geographic information makes these maps extremely useful.
Generalized shaded relief maps, often with roads.
Illustrated biographies of the major explorers of the region.
Mediterranean Region Bathymetric Map. 1:1,000,000. GUGK. The map illustrates the bathymetry of the Mediterranean Sea. Contour lines are shown for both the land mass and the ocean depths. No features are named on the land masses. Ten sheets; in Russian.
Mediterranean Cuisine. Road Editions. After returning home from your fabulous vacation in Greece you will want to recreate the superb - and healthy - food that captivated you on your travels. This beautiful more-than-a-cookbook offers ninety recipes derived from or inspired by the Mediterranean diet, using pulses, grains, mint and saffron, pine nuts and raisins, coriander and cardamom.
They are full of aroma and flavour, and, contrary to the saying that 'anything tasty must be unhealthy', these are healthy recipes, like that pie with the diced eggplant mixed with onions and tomatoes and seasoned with coarsely ground coriander,rice seasoned with brilliantly yellow saffron and flavoured with onion rings marinated in wine.
If you think we are snubbing meat, you couldn't be more mistaken! There are also beef, chicken, rabbit, fish recipes and, of course, many refreshing salads, cooked and raw.
Ninety recipes that will neither confuse you nor require too much trouble to make, written in a simple, pleasant way ,just like the recipe notes of a friend. The main star of this book is extra virgin olive oil, which is of course low cholesterol.
The dishes were photographed by photographer George Totskas and the styling was done by Lili (Krystallia) Stamati.