Add to my interest Stop Saying Mediterranean Food Words Wrong BY Fine Dining Lovers, Editorial Staff June 30, 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. Related Article Fine drinking Chicago: a city drinking tour in the most talented bars Enjoy an ultimate selection of the most interesting places where you can find reinvented classic and diverse cocktails at their best. Follow our tips and...cheers! Read more about Chicago: a drinking tour in city's best bars Article Food Culture New York Film Festival 2019: taste with your eyes! Take a look at the trailers of Slotted Spoon Awards winners at the 13th edition of the Food Film Festival in New York city. Read more about New York Film Festival 2019: taste with your eyes! Article Best Chefs in the World Does it still make sense for a chef to have a signature dish? In the farm-to-table era, when restaurants are embracing ingredient-focused cuisine, even more chefs think that the answer is "no" because it can be senseless to serve always the same menu. Read more about Does it still make sense for a chef to have a signature dish?