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Best Way to Enjoy Ramadan in Istanbul

Ramadan bayram (holiday after finishing the fast) has started and this year will be longer, which is good news. This post was written on Tuesday but I get to post it just now. 1,175 more words

Turkish Cuisine

Sucuklu Kuru Fasulye: White beans with Turkish dried sausage

In my opinion, kuru fasulye is one of the greatest parts of Turkish cuisine. Whether you are at a fancy restaurant or an inexpensive point-and-shoot style lunch spot (…and sometimes even at gas stations…) you can find a delicious bowl of kuru fasulye. 354 more words


Yoğurtlu Semizotu: Purslane with yogurt

Widely known as a pesky garden weed, purslane is slowly becoming more popular as a food in America. In Turkey it has been a common household ingredient for a long time. 257 more words


Zucchini Series #1

 Today I want to talk a bit about Mr.O. He, who I mention on my blog, is the one who takes all the privileges of eating what I cook. 855 more words


Sucuklu Yumurta: Fried eggs with Turkish dried sausage

Sucuklu yumurta is a very simple breakfast dish that only requires two ingredients: eggs and sucuk.

Sucuk is a special Turkish dried sausage made with either beef or lamb and seasonings such as cumin, sumac, garlic, salt, and red pepper. 289 more words


Restaurantes (XIV). Lahmajun - Restaurants (XIV). Lahmajun

Hoy traigo un restaurante pequeño, nada lujoso, pero con una auténtica comida turca, Lahmajun (o Lajmayún). Nosotros lo conocemos como el “turco” pero en realidad son de Azerbaiyán, como se entiende por una pequeña bandera dibujada en la pared. 387 more words


Turkish Delight: the sweetest sweet since 1777


Turkish delight is not just the sweetest sweet, a delightful dessert but also a trademark of Turkey. It’s one of my favourite Turkish culinary delights! 433 more words