By the way, what is a Frickasee? Has anyone ever had a Frickasee? It sounds...perky. And where do they eat this stuff?
I don't know if it means the same thing in English as it does in Greek; but Frickasee is a means of preparing/cooking the food, not a type of food itself. So you could have Lamb Frickasee, or Chicken Frickasee, or whatever.
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