A Vegetarian Pastitsio for When ‘You Don’t Eat No Meat’


“He don’t eat no meat? What do you mean he don’t eat no meat!?”

It’s a line from My Big Fat Greek Wedding that brings the engagement party to a halt. Horrified faces turn to the xénos (foreigner), Ian Miller. Aunt Voula looks at her niece, the bride-to-be Toula Portokalos, as if to telepathically chastise her: “How can you, a Greek, marry a vegetarian?” Then, the solution comes to Aunt Voula and she pats Ian on the arm. “That’s okay,” she smiles. “I make lamb.”


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