Greek Dinner Menu
With caramelized fennel, roasted red peppers, olives, lemon juice, wine, and ouzo, this Mediterranean-style shrimp dish is fresh and colorful.
Lamb Souvlaki with Tzatziki
After marinating for eight hours, drain the oil off before serving, and save it as a delicious salad dressing.
Quick-Pickled Cucumber Salad
Roasted Red Bell Pepper Salad
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.