Lathorigano refers to a Greek culinary term referring to cooking with olive oil and oregano. It is a style of cooking where olive oil and oregano is used, such as Chicken Lathorigano which is broiled chicken basted in olive oil, lemon, and oregano. Olive oil and oregano are used abundantly in Greek cooking. A famous Greek dish using olive oil and oregano are Arni Psito Lathorigano (roast lamb with olive oil and oregano) Latho in Greek means oil and rigano is oregano.

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