The past few days I have been trying to make Chicken Gyros. On Tuesday, I realized that I need to make the tzatziki sauce and marinate the chicken ahead of time. Tuesday, we ended up with leftovers and on Wednesday, we went out for a quick bite. Last night, I got my stuff together and was ready to go. Yesterday afternoon, I made the tzatziki sauce. I peeled and deseeded the cucumber and threw it in the food processor. I pulsed it and added Greek yogurt, garlic, vinegar, lemon juice, salt and pepper. I pulsed it again until it was well mixed. I poured it into a small bowl, drizzled with olive oil, and put it in the fridge to chill. Next, I made the marinade for the chicken by mixing together garlic, lemon juice, Greek yogurt, oregano, salt and pepper. I added in the chicken and let it marinate until dinner. At dinner time, I had Mike chop a red onion and a Roma tomato. I heated up a skillet and added my chicken to cook, flipping it every few minutes. It took forever to cook, but it finally got done. We assembled our gyros by taking a pita and adding sliced chicken, red onions, tomatoes, and tzatziki sauce. They turned out really good. I was a little disappointed by how long it took to cook the chicken, but the results were yummy, so I guess I can't complain too much. Mike really enjoys Greek food, so I will probably make this again. Next time, I will remember to wear my patient pants.