A dish or appetizer of Greek cuisine. An exceptionally tasty food with pan-cooked pork to which wine or ouzo (bekris=drunkard) has been added. It is typically made from pieces of pork or chicken fried in oil with salt, pepper, and spices. With good wine and fresh bread, it is a feast! As a main course, it is traditionally cooked at Christmas time, when the domestic pigs are slaughtered.