"Meze or mezze (/ˈmɛzeɪ/) is a selection of small dishes served as appetizers in parts of the Middle East, the Balkans, Greece, and North Africa. In some Middle Eastern and African regions where it is present, especially predominantly Muslim regions where alcohol is less common, meze is often served as a part of multi-course meals, while in Greece, Turkey, and the Balkans, they function more as snacks while drinking or talking.-" Meze - Wikipedia
In Greece, no one cares about the definition - just taste meze, to shape the definition yourselves!
Meze Stories is an entertaining activity which is also dynamic and cooperative at the same time. The aim of the task is to get small groups working together as a team, overcoming communicative hurdles along the way.
Split into teams of 8-12 persons, you find through a quest (optional) or a Meze Bootcamp (optional too) the pieces of the recipes of some of Greece's most tasty mezedes (meze- singular | mezedes- plural).
What follows is a frenzy of oiled hands (gloves & aprons are also available for the touchy ones!) into feta cheese, yogurt, hot chilli peppers, olives, Greek oil, eggs etc and creativity. Before eating though any of your creations, a judging committee will evaluate your effort and award a bottle/s of ouzo or wine to the winning team- it's part of the definition of meze: "snack while drinking or talking".
What's not part of the definition is sharing the drinks, but we leave that to you!