Here are 100 foods (with one bonus food) that start with the letter G. There are so many great foods that come from different parts of the world and will help you grow your recipe book!
Check out these 100 foods that will introduce new flavors to your taste buds!
Foods That Start with the Letter G – Alphabetized
Here is an alphabetically arranged chart of 100 foods that start with the letter G that you can use to quickly reference a food. You’ll find a quick explanation of each food underneath the chart!
|Galliano||Gin||Graham Flour||Grilled Asparagus|
|Game Pie||Ginataang Bilo-Bilo||Grain||Grilled Cheese Sandwich|
|Garbanzo||Ginger Root||Granny Smith Apples||Grist|
|Garlic Chive||Globe Artichoke||Grappa||Ground Beef|
|Gelatin||Goat||Greek Salad||Gruyere Cheese|
|Gelato||Goat Cheese||Greek Yogurt||Guacamole|
|Gem Squash||Gobbet||Green Bean||Guanciale|
|General Tso’s Chicken||Goji Berries||Green Corn||Guava|
|Genipap/Genip||Golden Gram||Green Gram||Guinness|
|Gherkin||Gorgonzola||Green Tea Noodle||Gumdrop|
Foods That Start With G
From gado-gado to gyro, here are 100 (plus one) foods starting with the letter G!
So good, you repeat it twice!
Gado-gado is an Indonesian salad that is highly customizable. Its main ingredients include boiled or steamed vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, boiled potatoes, fried tofu, tempeh, and spicy peanut sauce.
You can throw in some rice crackers for a little extra crunch!
This is an interesting spice that’s been used in Southeast Asian cuisine for hundreds of years!
Galangal refers to a couple of spices coming from any of the 4 plants in the ginger family. It tastes a combination of ginger and turmeric, but with more of a spicier taste.
This rhizomatous spice is traditionally used in Chinese medicine, and is a great addition to soup to add a little extra heat!
Galantine is a dish stemming from French cuisine. It’s made of boned stuffed meat (usually fish or poultry) that is poached and served cold. This can be a pretty difficult dish to make because boning poultry is tricky and time-consuming. It’s usually coated with aspic, which is also known as “meat jelly.”
This a sweet, vanilla flavored, citrus-noted herbal liqueur made in Italy. Galliano is used as an ingredient in several cocktails, including the Yellow Bird, Golden Dream, and the Golden Cadillac.
Fun fact: Galliano was created all the way back in 1896, and named after the Royal Italian Army soldier Giuseppe Galliano.
A classic British dish, game pie is a meat pie that is filled with, well, game. This can include wild birds like pheasant and partridge, but also animals like deer and rabbit. These got pretty elaborate back in Victorian England, but the complex recipes have since been replaced for simple, savory pies that many can enjoy.
Gammon is the meat that comes from the back legs of a pig. This meat is cured by either dry-salting or brining, giving it a salty flavor. It’s super common in British pubs, and enjoyed by many alongside a pint of beer.
It’s very similar to ham – if you were to cook gammon, it would become “ham,” but the special curing of gammon is very similar to bacon, giving it the difference in preparation.
Garambullo is a cactus plant that boasts small with or pale pink flowers. It produces small red or purple fruits that look similar to grapes. This sweet fruit is a popular treat in Mexico, and is often made into a tea that is used to help relieve stomach pain.
Fun fact: Garambullo plants can be pollinated by bats!
Garbanzo beans are a popular type of bean from the legume family. You probably know them as chickpeas, which are readily added to soups, rice, stews, and more – or they’re blended into hummus, a delicious dip.
They’re a great source of vitamins and minerals, and have a unique nutty taste with a buttery texture.
These are the peas you see in every grocery store and many gardens! Garden peas are small, round seeds that come from the “Pisum sativum” plant, and have a sweet taste to them. They’re also great for people living in small spaces, since they grow vertically. You’ll likely find them frozen, canned, or fresh in your store, and are a popular addition to soups, pastas, salads, and stir-fries.
One of the most popular ingredients in the cooking world, garlic is a species of bulbous flowering plant that has a very distinct smell and taste. It’s highly nutritious and works wonderfully in soups, sauces, stir-fries, or almost anything else that you want to add a bit of extra flavor in!
This is one food that I can eat way too much of.
Garlic bread is simple but delicious, consisting of bread with garlic, butter, and herbs slathered on top before being baked or toasted in an oven. You can definitely eat this on its own, but it pairs great with pasta dishes such as spaghetti or as a side to your soup.
These look very similar to regular chives, but have a stronger garlic flavor. It’s very popular in Eastern Asia, and is used as a seasoning for many different dishes.
Garnishes are things that you use to decorate the main food or dish. The best ones (in my opinion) are the ones that are edible – parsley is a good example of a garnish that is popularly added to meat and potatoes. They’re also added to offer extra flavor, and while some people may put it to the side, you can really appreciate the thought a chef put into combining two different flavors while at the same time offering a visual impact to the overall dish.
Gateau is a sponge cake that’s filled with icing, heavy cream, mouse, melted chocolate, ganache, and fruit. The lightness of the cake contrasts nicely with the fillings, and the overall look of the cake tends to attract a lot of good attention!
A very specific food, gatsby is a foot-long sandwich originating in Cape Town, South Africa.
It’s stuffed with meat, chips, sauce, cheese, fried eggs, and salad to create a unique sandwich experience that’s sure to fill you up!
If you want to spice up your boring tomato soup, gazpacho is for you!
Coming from Spain, gazpacho is full of flavors coming from a tasty blend of tomatoes, herbs, onions, peppers, cucumbers, and more! It’s a dish that can very much be modified – in fact, there are a ton of variations that provide some unique spins on this popular dish!
Gelatin is made from boiling together different animal parts such as bones, ligaments, skin, and tendons, making a colorless, tasteless, and translucent additive to things like pudding, ice cream, yogurts, and more.
It’s often used as a thickening or gelling agent in pasta, and is 98-99% protein (unfortunately it’s not a complete protein, so don’t switch out your meat and protein powder for this!)
Gelato is a delicious frozen dessert that is very similar to ice cream. It comes from Italy, and has a silky, dense texture that packs a lot of flavor. The big difference is that it has more whole milk than cream as compared to ice cream, making it lower in fat as well.
Gem squash is about the size of a tennis-ball, with green skin and sweet flesh. They’re like smooth mini-pumpkins, but are considered a fruit! It’s popular to roast them and appreciate the great taste, but people will also stuff these – they are difficult to get your hands on though, so make sure to properly enjoy them if you can!
General Tso’s Chicken
General Tso’s chicken is a delicious Chinese dish that’s made from deep-fried chicken and bathed in that tangy, syrupy sauce composed of garlic, soy sauce, ginger, and vinegar.
You can get this as takeout, but there’s some delicious homemade recipes out there!
Fun fact: General Tso’s chicken is named after a military leader from the Qing dynasty!
Genip, also called Genipap, is a popular fruit coming from the Caribbean. The juicy, sweet, tangy pulp is covered by a green skin that makes it look like a lime. If you open it up, the pulp is like a strange, pale, yellowish color that has a bit of a pasty texture.
Another sponge cake, except this one hails out of Italy and is very popular in French cuisine. It has a very light and airy texture due to the unique leavening process, and is often covered in deliciously flavored syrup to add extra flavor and keep it moist.
Ghee is a butter originating from India. It’s made by skimming the pieces of milk solids out from melted butter, and is traditionally used in a lot of Indian cuisine. The longer ghee is heated, the stronger and nuttier the flavor is, and it also is darker than normal butter. The high burning point makes it work really well for frying things.
A gherkin is a small variety of a cucumber that’s been pickled. They’re made by submerging small pickling cucumbers into a saltwater brine and then left to ferment. In the USA, gherkins are more commonly known as “pickles.”
This sounds a little off-putting, but giblets are actually the edible organs of poultry like chickens and turkeys.
Giblet includes the liver, gizzards, and heart, and adds a good amount of flavor and nutritional value to soup and other dishes.
Gigot is a leg of mutton that is usually roasted, and commonly served with vegetables and roasted potatoes. It tastes similar to lamb chops, with a rich and delicious flavor.
A cocktail made of gin and lime cordial – it was described as a drink made with gin and a spot of lime back in 1928, and that largely holds true for gimlets today.
A popular alcoholic drink, gin gets its flavor from juniper berries and other botanical ingredients. It was originally used as a medicinal liquor, but was eventually modified to be used as a strong ingredient in alcoholic beverages. It ranges from 40-140 proof, and is generally made from barley and other grains.
Ginger is a very distinct flowering plant that is used as a herb and spice, especially in medicine and in the holistic health world. It’s also a popular addition to teas, and is used to add zest to both sweet and savory foods. You might know one of the plant’s most popular uses – ginger ale!
Gingerbread refers to a broad category of baked goods that are flavored with ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and sweetened with honey. It’s very popular around Christmas, and is used to make gingerbread men and gingerbread houses. People love to decorate them with icings and candies as well!
Ginger root is the actual root of the ginger plant, which is different from ginger – ginger is the spice derived from the root.
You can also eat ginger root for aiding in digestion and other health benefits – I recommend slicing a thin piece of ginger root and putting it in green tea (but maybe that’s just me).
A gingersnap cookie is a cookie flavored with powdered ginger and other spices like cinnamon and clove. It’s popular around the Christmas season, and has many different recipes to create different flavors.
Gizzada is a coconut tart that is made from a shortbread crust and packed with sweet and spiced coconut flakes. It’s a baked treat that’s considered a classic in Jamaica, and not very well-known in the USA.
Glaze is that glossy, clear coating that you might put on a dish such as desserts or buns. It’s often made with egg whites, and has sweeteners added to it. It can be added before or after cooking depending on what kind of glaze it is and what you want the outcome to be.
The globe artichoke, also known as the French artichoke and green artichoke, is a variety of thistle cultivated as food. The edible part is the flower buds before they come into bloom, and looks like a cluster of little leaves. A popular variety is the “Big Heart.”
Glogg is a spiced mulled wine or spirit. It’s a traditional Nordic drink that is popular around winter and Christmas, and is sometimes mixed with different juices and syrups to create new flavors. Today, it’s enjoyed all around the world.
Gluten, while not a specific food, is a type of protein found naturally in many cereal grains. It’s important to know in case you have any gluten sensitivities or are dealing with celiac disease.
We have a list of some great gluten-free flours that provide alternatives to baking with all-purpose flour!
Gnocchi is a delicious type of dumpling made from mashed potatoes, eggs, and flour. They go great in a bowl mixed with cheese, pesto, tomato sauce, or other creamy sauces. I like to fry these up a little in the pan before serving to add a little extra crunch!
Goa bean is known by many names, including dragon bean, princess bean, cigarillas, four-angled bean, and more. It’s popular in South Asia for its versatility and useability – the leaves can be eaten similar to spinach, tubers can be cooked or consumed raw, and the flowers are often used in salads. It’s also very disease-resistant, making it a valuable crop!
Goat meat is also commonly called mutton (mutton can also refer to lamb, however) and is used in cuisines all around the world. It does well stewed, minced, slow-cooked, fried, barbecued, or grilled, making it a very versatile meat.
Goat cheese is made from goat’s milk (quite straightforward name). It has quite a few different textures and flavors, depending on the processing and aging. It can be crumbly, creamy, tangy, or mild. It has a low fat content and can be spread on bread for a delicious snack.
A gobbet is simply a chunk of raw meat, and is sometimes used as a measurement – although not the most accurate, considering a “chunk” might mean different things to two different people!
This name just rolls off your tongue so nicely – the goji berry, AKA wolfberry, is a bright orange-red berry that comes from a shrub native to China.
It’s traditionally been used in medicines due to them containing phytochemicals, but they also make great snacks or additions to your yogurt, porridge, and cereal.
Golden Grahams are a popular brand of breakfast cereal. They’re small, square-shaped pieces that are toasted, and are flavored with brown-sugar and honey to create that iconic taste!
Goober is another word for “peanut,” but can also refer to groundnut or monkey nut.
We here in Canada have a ton of geese – people enjoy the rich, juicy flesh after it’s been roasted, and the high fat content often means that people will collect it to use as butter, which makes a delicious dish of fried potatoes.
Gooseberries look similar to grapes being small and round, but they’re often used as decoration on top of as a snack.
Their sweet and tart flavor makes it a popular fruit to use in jams and jellies, as well as an addition to different bakings.
This is a bold-tasting veined blue-cheese with a creamy texture that makes a wonderful addition to your pasta dishes.
Gorgonzola’s taste can change depending on how long it was aged – the longer it’s been going, the sharper the taste.
It’s made from unskimmed cow’s milk, and tends to be a bit salty.
Gouda cheese is a deliciously soft, mild, and sweet cheese made from cow’s milk. It’s roots lie in the Netherlands, and has a distinct yellow color and caramel-like flavor. It’s amazing on crackers, but I love putting it into sandwiches with a slice of tomato!
Goulash is a delicious stew made with beef, tomatoes, paprika, salt, and pepper. Many people get creative with the seasoning and make up some delicious concoctions. It’s very popular in Europe – I grew up there, and we regularly enjoyed this savory dish!
Sometimes people will add pasta into there as well, as the spice and thickness pairs well with noodles.
Made from graham flour, these sweet crackers originate in the USA. They have a crunchy texture, and are popular to pair with marshmallows to make s’mores, put into cakes, or even bake into pie crusts.
Graham flour is made from whole wheat that is ground into a coarse-flour. It’s pretty similar to whole wheat flour, except for how coarse it is because it’s not sifted with a flour dresser after milling.
A grain is a small, hard, dry fruit that comes from wheat, oat, barley, rye, etc. Sometimes it has a hull attached, and it’s used for us to eat – grain is used to make things like bread, pasta, tortillas, and more!
This fruit belongs to the passion fruit family, and has a hard, shiny, orange skin that breaks into a very sweet flesh. Granadilla is native to South America, and is sometimes referred to as the “sweet granadilla.” It’s about the same shape and size of a plum.
Granita is similar to sorbet, coming out of Sicily as a semi-frozen dessert made from water, sugar, and flavorings.
This icy dessert has a TON of flavors, anywhere from chocolate to fruit – and even coffee flavored!
Granny Smith Apples
These are massively popular apples, and personally one of my favorite types. They’re big, green, and have a tart flavor that I absolutely love. Granny Smith apples are great to bake with because they don’t easily mush due to heat, holding their shape well for things like pies and turnovers.
You’ll find granola in nearly every household. It’s a crunchy cereal made from oats, nuts, honey or syrup, dried fruits, seeds, and sometimes even chocolate! Granola bars are granola clustered together into a bar-form, sometimes with a base such as peanut butter added.
They’re a delicious and nutritious addition to your yogurt!
Grapes are a classic food that’s known all around the world. This fruit comes in many different colors including red, purple, green, pink, and more. It’s extremely versatile, and used in many dishes like desserts, wines, salads, or enjoyed alone!.
This citrus fruit has a sweet, yet sour taste that looks like a big orange. The flesh is more of a red color, and it’s delicious to press into a drink. I find that it can be a little annoying to peel, as the rind is a bit thicker than what an orange would be.
A grape-based pomace brandy that originates in Italy, grappa is an alcoholic drink made by distilling the pomace left over from winemaking after the grapes have been pressed. It was created to prevent wasting leftovers, but is strictly regulated today to make sure it meets a specific set of criteria in order to be called grappa: it needs to be produced in Italy or the Italian part of Switzerland, needs to be from pomace, and there is no added water allowed.
So grass isn’t something we as humans want to generally eat a lot of, mainly because it contains something called “cellulose,” which isn’t digestible to our bodies. This counts for general grass you see on your lawn, but there’s different types out there that you can use if you’re ever in a survival situation.
Grasshoppers are surprisingly full of protein, fat, and some other nutrients. In places like Bangkok and Uganda, grasshoppers are a common addition to dishes, and are tasty after dry roasting, skewing, or charring them. Just don’t look them in the eye when you bite into them!
A creamy dish popular in French cuisine, gratin is a dish that is topped with cheese or bread crumbs and butter, then grilled or heated in the oven until it gets crispy and brown. It’s often done with thinly-sliced potatoes, and mixed with herbs and cream.
Gravy is generally a brown, thick sauce made from broth and meat drippings. It’s usually used to pour over mashed potatoes, fries, meat such as turkey and pot roast, and rice.
Greek salad is known all around the world, being made with tomatoes, feta cheese, olive oil, onions, and cucumbers. It’s a wonderful side to dishes that have meat, but can also be enjoyed by itself!
Greek yogurt is pretty much like regular yogurt, but a bit thicker and tangier. It has a higher protein content as well, and is great to use as a base for many different sauces and dips.
I love to use it as an alternative to sour cream, and there are a wide variety of flavors available too.
Green beans are also commonly called snap beans or string beans, and are widely popular throughout the world. Their extreme versatility allows you to get creative with them, and can prepare them by sauteing them, steaming them, or more! It’s great as a side or to mix into your salads, and can be eaten hot or cold.
Green corn is a type of maize that was developed to be eaten while still young, providing a soft and sweet corn even while immature.
Green gram, better known as the mung bean, comes from the legume family. It’s a vine with yellow flowers and fuzzy brown pods, mainly cultivated in Asia. Green gram is used as a versatile ingredient, going great in both savory or sweet dishes. They can also be ground down into a powder to be used as a protein isolate!
Green olives are a salty food that can be added to your pizza, salads, sandwiches, and more. The distinct taste adds a great twist to many of your favorite meals, but can also be enjoyed alone as a standalone snack.
Green Pepper (Bell)
The green bell pepper is a sweet pepper that doesn’t have any heat to it. The green is one of many colors, inducing red, yellow, and orange. They’re an awesome addition to many foods like salads, tacos, pizza, and more, and can also be cut up to enjoy raw and with some hummus.
Green soybean refers to edamame, which is a popular Japanese dish prepared with immature soybeans. They contain rich nutritional value, and are eaten WITHOUT the pod – the pods are usually first steamed and salted, then served with other condiments like soy-sauce. They’re very versatile, and can be used in both sweet and savory dishes.
Green Tea Noodle
Take a normal noodle made with a wheat flour base, infuse it with green tea, and you’ve got the unique green tea noodle!
It’s also known as “cha soba,” and has a light green color that is popular in Japanese cuisine.
Greengages are round, smooth, pale-green plums that have a sweet, rich flavor with a subtle hint of tartness. They’re smaller than standard round plums, and can actually have a pale blue blush in certain cultivars.
Grenadine is a syrup that is used as a flavor-mix in many different cocktails and alcoholic beverages. It has a striking deep red color that adds some extra flare to whatever it’s mixed into, and is traditionally made from pomegranates, boasting a sweet taste.
Think of a fluffier pancake and you’ve got griddlecakes. They’re fried in a griddle, which is usually a rectangular pan with raised lines, giving the bake more texture.
Griddlecakes have a sweet flavor that you’ll be sure to enjoy for breakfast, especially when mixed with syrup and fruits!
Take asparagus, season it with olive oil, salt, pepper, and any other of your choice spices, then grill it! It creates a delicious side-dish that pairs amazingly with steak or seafood, and is my favorite way to prepare my favorite vegetable.
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
The classic grilled cheese sandwich was a staple of my childhood!
It’s a simply-made, delicious sandwich made by adding cheese in between two slices of bread, either toasting them or throwing them into a heated pan.
You can get as fancy as you’d like with them, with many people adding meats, tomatoes, sauces, and more! I personally love to have them as a side to tomato soup.
Grinder is the general name of a large sandwich made with a long, crusty roll cut in half. Other common names for a grinder are hoagie, submarine sandwiche (or sub), and hero. It’s filled with meats, cheese, vegetables, and different condiments/sauces – Subway is a great example of grinder sandwiches!
Grissino are pencil-sized breadsticks characterized by their crispiness. They originated in Italy, and actually come in a soft-baked version that is popular in North America. Grissino is popular to dip into your soup.
Fun fact: grissino is hundreds of years old – it originated in Italy back in 1643!
Grist is simply grain from cereals like wheat, barley, oats, etc., that are ground up or intended to be ground up. Depending on how finely it’s been ground, it can be used as flour or be ground further until it becomes fine enough to be used as flour.
Grits are a type of porridge made from boiled cornmeal, which is ground-up corn. They’re usually a breakfast dish, and can be flavored with things like cinnamon and brown sugar (coconut sugar is a great alternative!).
Groats are the hulled and/or crushed kernels of cereal grains like oats, rye, barley, and wheat. They’re very difficult to chew on their own, which is why they’re usually soaked before cooking, then added to soups and porridges – “kasha,” a porridge-like meal in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, uses groats as the basis of the dish.
The word “grog” originally referred to rum diluted with water, but has since changed meanings depending on what part of the world you’re in. For example, it’s a slang word for alcohol in Australia, but is the name for a “classic” winter drink made of rum, sugar, and water in northern Germany.
You’ve probably seen ground beef being sold in your local supermarket, as this a super popular cow meat in many diets. It’s made by finely grinding up beef in a meat grinder, and is often fairly lean. You’ll find ground beef in your lasagna, spaghetti, mixed in your rice, and more!
Another name for “peanut,” groundnuts are a legume often turned into peanut butter, enjoyed raw, or roasted for a holiday treat. Some people have allergies to them, making enjoying certain foods tough since it’s included in many desserts, sauces, and snacks.
Grouper refers to fish coming from the serranidae family, and are large, green/brown fish that you can often find being sold alive in markets!
Because groupers can get so big, people don’t usually keep them in aquariums. In fact, they’re a popular prize in sea-angling, but are also now largely farmed for their meat.
Grouse is a wild bird found in the UK (mainly Scotland) that is the most sought-after feathered game. It has a rich, gamey flesh that does great with many dishes. Younger birds have better flesh, and are often roasted while the older birds are usually cooked in a casserole.
Gruel is kind of like porridge, except thinner meaning you could drink it rather than eat it.
It consists of cereal such as wheat, rich, or ground oats that is boiled in water or milk. In the past, gruel was eaten by people struggling financially, and was even made using chestnut flour instead of cereal.
Gruyere cheese comes out of Switzerland, and is made from whole cow’s milk and cured for at least 6 months. It’s classified as a Swiss-type of Alpine cheese, and boasts a rich, creamy, slightly nutty and salty taste that is great to enjoy as part of a cheese platter or in your sandwich!
Crush up some avocado, add some diced-up tomatoes, squeeze in some lime juice, sprinkle some salt, pepper, and cilantro over top and bingo, you’ve got guacamole.
This world-wide delicious dip originated in Mexico and is traditionally served with nachos or put into tacos, and is a great snack for any time of the day!
Guanciale is a delicious cured meat coming out of Italy. It’s made from pork jowl or cheek that’s cured in many different spices and herbs for 3 weeks – it’ll lose about 30% of its original weight by that time!
Its strong flavor is a great addition to your pasta dishes or enjoyed separately with some wine and cheese.
Guava is an oval, tropical fruit that sometimes has a yellow or light green skin. Depending on where you get it from – usually from Mexico, Central and South America, or the Caribbean – the color of the skin can change a bit, and the flesh can also range from a deep pink to an off-white, tasting sweet or sour depending when and where you get it from.
The skin has a little bit of a bitter taste, but is also edible!.
Guinness is a super popular Irish beer that was created back in 1759! It’s a type of dark beer, and its tangy flavor comes from a mix of malted barley and roasted unmalted barley. It can be something to get used to, but Guinness is the best-selling alcoholic drink in Ireland, making over 2 billion dollars worth of beer every year!
They’re also well known for their “king-sized” cans.
Gulyas, also called Gulyásleves, is a Hungarian soup made with beef, vegetables, and ground paprika. It has a rich flavor, and sometimes has other spices added to it. While it used to be a basic meal that cattlemen in Hungary could easily make, modern twists of gulyas can include cubed potatoes, onions, tomatoes, carrots, and more!
Everyone loves gum – specifically chewing gum!
There are a ton of flavors and brands out there, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone that’s never chewed a piece of gum. It’s made with a gum base, sweeteners, softeners, coloring, and added flavors to create a rubber-like substance that is meant to be chewed, but never swallowed! Maybe one day we’ll get gum that never loses its flavor…
Gumbo is a type of meat and vegetable stew that truly has traveled the world!
It’s been adopted by many different cuisines, including African, German, Italian, Spanish, and more! While these different cultures have an impact on the flavor of the soup, gumbo generally always has diced onions, celery, and green bell pepper, regardless of what part of the world you find it in!
Gumdrops first came around in the USA back in the 1800s, and are a type of gummy candy shaped like a dome. They come in many vibrant colors, and are often coated in sugar to give them some extra sweetness.
Kids love them for their variety of flavors, often coming in many “fruit” flavors such as banana, apple, orange, and more!
I love putting this meat into wraps!
Gyro, or gyros, is a traditional Greek meat made on a vertical rotisserie. This meat is usually pork, but can also be made with chicken. While “gyro” refers to the meat itself, it can also refer to a dish made with the meat, cut-up tomatoes, ontions, and tzatziki sauce all wrapped into a pita.
Honestly, this is probably one of my favorite foods!
These are some of my favorite foods that start with the letter G – let me know in the comments which ones we should add to the list!