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One will serve Athenian chicken, pork shish kabobs, moussaka, pasticcio (ground beef with noodles) with béchamel sauce on top.
Chili families are woven through the Greek community, and Holy Trinity is the only Greek Orthodox Church in town, so there were plenty of chili families working on the Panegyri pasticcio.
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Origin and Etymology of pasticcio
Italian, literally, baked meat dish, pie, from Vulgar Latin *pasticium, from Late Latin pasta
First Known Use: 1866See Words from the same year
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