Travel Europe Greece Scenes from Epirus, Greece Published Jul 28, 2010 8:00 AM Travel SHARE Maria Tsomokou and Zaharoula Basio, on their way to a picnic in the hills above Vissani, a village in Epirus. James Oseland An assortment of spoon sweets at Gormos taverna in the village of Parakalamos, in Epirus. James Oseland At a sheep farm in the village of Parakalamos, in Epirus. James Oseland At a sheep farm in Parakalamos, Epirus, sheepdogs live with sheep from an early age. Here, a puppy peers over a feeding trough. James Oseland Roast spring lamb with potatoes, at the home of Lesteres Glivanos and his wife, Anne-Marie, in Zitsa, Epirus. James Oseland Maria Tsomokou at a cafe in Ioannina, Epirus. James Oseland A home cook with a plate of fresh-baked wild greens pie in the village of Zitsa, in Epirus. James Oseland The owner of Gormos taverna in the village of Parakalamos, in Epirus, serving a plate of roasted eggplant. James Oseland Ingredients for wild greens with fried egg, including wild fennel, cress, and mint. James Oseland Europe Greece Travel MORE TO READ RELATED Why Did a Seafood Watch Group Red-List American Lobster—and Cause an Uproar? The rating warns consumers to avoid it. Maine lobstermen are pushing back. READ NOW RELATED How to Choose and Cut a Durian, According to a Grower Don’t be daunted by the spikes—this odorous tropical fruit is a sweet, creamy delicacy. RELATED The Quest to Find the Ultimate Fish Taco A journey through Baja revealed boundless variations on the coastal classic—these three recipes were the best of the bunch.