Savridia from Karistos, South Evia.
Soupies (cuttlefish). An all time favourite!
Marida. A Greek classic, it used to be one of the cheapest fish in the market.
Not any more!
Sargoi from Paros. A rather rare sight, catch from Paros, that is now paying the price of careless fishing without any regard for the seabed and the sea world.
Kokali, a shiny fish from Chalkis, the capital of Evia, near Athens.
Gofaria from Kavala, in the North of Greece.
Lakerda from Mytilini, Lesvos. It is usually cured in salt. I will publish a recipe in the near future.
Tsipoures from Monemvasia, a medieval town in the south Peloponese.
Melanouria, meaning negrittos.
Kolios, a cousin of mackerel.
Govioi, unknown to me, looks like a river fish.
All in all, a satisfying visit.
To be continued.