From Season 12
For thoroughly seasoned meat with a thick, caramelized crust and tender-crisp vegetables, the typical marinade—and the typical grill setup—would have to go.
Ideally, spanakopita is a hot and flavorful one-dish meal encased in a crispy, buttery crust. Yet most versions fall flat--a Greek tragedy in need of a happy ending.
If all Greek yogurt starts with the same basic ingredients—milk and cultures—what makes some brands thick, rich, and creamy while others are watery and sour?