Stop Saying Mediterranean Food Words Wrong Save Save this content and enjoy it whenever you want Save BYFine Dining Lovers, Editorial Staff 30 June, 2014 A As part of their “Stop Saying it Wrong” series, Zagat have once again taken to the streets to find out if people can pronounce Mediterranean food words correctly. Za’atar, Ouzo, tzatziki and taramasalata are all broken down as it quickly becomes apparent that many people don’t even know what the ingredients are, let alone how to pronounce their names. It’s amazing how many everyday ingredients many people can’t say and just how mispronunciations are taken up by lots of people. Take a look below and be sure to test your own knowledge of the ingredients as the video is playing. Latest on FDL+ Recipe Gourmet Recipes FDL+ Super-Tender Almonds in Vinaigrette by Disfrutar From the ultra creative trio Oriol Castro, Mateu Casañas and Eduard Xatruchat at Disfrutar, in Ba Read more about Super-Tender Almonds in Vinaigrette by Disfrutar Recipe Gourmet Recipes FDL+ Jemma Melvin's Lemon Swiss Roll and Amaretti Trifle Jemma Melvin's trifle was picked as the official pudding for the Queen's platinum jubilee, after winning a nationwide competition to find a Read more about Jemma Melvin's Lemon Swiss Roll and Amaretti Trifle Recipe American Food FDL+ Patti Ann's Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares by Greg Baxtrom This recipe is by chef Greg Baxtrom's mother Patti Ann. The chef recently opened a restaurant named after her in Brooklyn, Read more about Patti Ann's Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares by Greg Baxtrom Recipe Gourmet Recipes FDL+ The Steak that Wanted to be a Beetroot by Rasmus Kofoed This recipe from Danish chef Rasmus Kofoed - chef and partner at Geranium, the number 2 ranked restaurant on the World's 50 Best - Read more about The Steak that Wanted to be a Beetroot by Rasmus Kofoed You may also like Article Who Invented the Pizza? History and Legends Article Grow Garlic at Home and Never Pay for it Again Article Food Answers: Can Yoghurt Replace Egg in Fresh Pasta? Article André Mack: "I Get Mail from People in Jail About Ham"