Mediterranean flavors paired with eggplant and barley make these lamb shanks perfect for winter.
“We will save lives and arrest the traffickers, but the Mediterranean is not ours alone,” Renzi says.
Food Destination Nothing pairs better with the breathtaking lands of the Mediterranean than the phenomenal dining scene.
King's Landing was rich, exotic, Mediterranean, lots of color, fruits, and spices.
They then took the borrowed money and invested it in Greek bonds and in loans to customers around the Mediterranean and Adriatic.
The first chapters of this story were there written and read, to the accompanying dash of the Mediterranean.
Long cables had been submerged in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.
He had been shot down over the Mediterranean Sea and had floated for several days in his life raft near the coast of Italy.
These were intended for use in the Mediterranean as well as in the Adriatic Sea.
He determined, therefore, to equip his fleet for a voyage across the Mediterranean without any delay.
"the sea between southern Europe and northern Africa," c.1400, from Late Latin Mediterraneum mare "Mediterranean Sea" (7c.), from Latin mediterraneus "midland;" the original sense being of "sea in the middle of the earth," from medius "middle" (see medial (adj.)) + terra "land, earth" (see terrain). The Old English name was Wendel-sæ, so called for the Vandals, Germanic tribe that settled on the southwest coast of it after the fall of Rome. The noun meaning "a person of Mediterranean race" is from 1888.