Free, free, FREE: Because you can never have enough recipes and gorgeous glossy food pictures, to say nothing about travel information

Yesterday I gave you a chance to win, win, WIN. Well, today I give you free, free, FREE!

(See, I told you yesterday you could already be a winner! Today, you are.)

Free magazine: Yours for the asking
Like Greece? Like Greek food? Greek isles? Greek travel? Then have I got a great Greek deal for you. Greek Gourmet Traveler. Just click the link to sign up and get a free gorgeous magazine.

Don't want to subscribe to this thick, glossy magazine extolling the virtues of all things Greek? But want to peruse the pretty, pretty pictures? On the same online page is an option to download the whole think as a .PDF. Or just want to grab the lovely, lovely recipes. Same online page, different link. Pretty good, eh?

Food recipes? Did you say food recipes?
Why yes. Yes I did.

In fact, the magazine is loaded with all sorts of recipes (heavy on meat, alas, but still a few vegetarian gems to be had). So if you want a taste of what it has to offer, here is one that caught my eye, especially with all the pretty pomegranates around these days.
Food recipe: Cretan Inspired Rusk Salad
2 cups each of Romaine, lamb's lettuce and m√Ęche
1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
2/3 cup mild, soft, unsalted sheep's milk cheese
4 Tbsp. pomegranate seeds
2 Tbsp. lemon juice
Greek extra-virgin olive oil to taste
Salt and pepper to taste
2 Cretan barley rusks

Trim and coarsely tear the lettuces. Toss with the cherry tomatoes. Add the cheese in spoonfuls or cubes. Mix all the ingredients in a serving bowl together with the rusks.

Whisk together the olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Drizzle over salad and garnish with pomegranate.
And did I mention it was all free? Enjoy!