Especially this last 10 years, Greece enjoyed Turkish food in their country. They lived every day like it was their last. Danced every day Turkish dances. Drink Turkish alcoholic beverages such as Raki. Ate Turkish delights such as Baklava.
For how long is this Greek fiesta going to last before Greeks get their creditcard taken away?
Will Greeks be able to enjoy these delicious Turkish foods? I don't think so. The only Greeks that will enjoy fiesta and continue eating these delicious Turkish foods will be Greeks that live abroad. Most Greeks that are here on this forum are Greeks abroad.
Greeks made a great attempt to pass Turkish cuisine as Greek but unfortunately nobody bought the hoax. Read the following:
"Debby said that Turkish cuisine influenced the Aegean and Europe and that the Greeks introduced Turkish food as Greek food in the US."
Let's return and talk about the Greeks that live in Greece. What will they eat after their creditcard gets cut in half? Will they be forced to eat cheaper meat? I think in the coming decade Greece will develop its own cuisine because of the economic recession that will come after Grexit. Cheaper meats such as street dogs and cats will get more popular. Greece culture will get an influx from Chinese culture where those kinds of foods are popular and thus Greece will develop its own cuisine first time in history. Let's wait and see.