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Halal in Hong Kong

Halal food is not easy to find in Hong Kong! Most restaurants serve pork, so hunting for a no-pork-no-lard was already near impossible, let alone a restaurant with a halal certificate. 261 more words

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Lamb and rice

Baked together.  One of the simplest, best things on earth you can eat.  Impossible to find south Larissa.

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Exploring Buca and Karşiyaka

7 January 2016

We finally had a long day of exploring and walking around! We’ve been so busy taking care of the business of relocating to Izmir that we haven’t had much time to just check things out. 801 more words


From Istanbul, With Snow

30 December – 31 December, 2015

We were at our hostel in Stockholm having breakfast when Mustafa, the host I’d arranged on Couchsurfing.com for Izmir, messaged me. 700 more words


Turkish Tea: Believe the Hype!

Turkish Tea is black tea consumed without milk, and is produced on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. Whatever you do and wherever you go in Turkey, you can be sure seeing plenty of this dark-coloured tea being sipped, usually in the accompaniment of a simit or baklava. 316 more words


The best of Turkish Street Food!

I might have done a few excellent and good restaurants in Istanbul, but I wanted to experience the best of street food as well.

I had heard a lot about what this country offers for street food lovers in addition to traditional kebab and doner of course, and I just couldn’t miss it. 564 more words



30 years ago a family migrated from Kahramanmaras to Istanbul with no money and no food for the children or adults. The mother made some food and asked her husband to sell it in the market. 198 more words

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