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Easter break


This year I took an exceptional break abroad over the Easter period – which is quite unusual to me as it tends to me more a family time for me. 1,151 more words
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Meal of the week No.8: Footscray Best Kebab House

After the excitement of the Dancing Dog building auction, Bennie, Che and I are up for lunch – a late lunch by our standards. 215 more words


Doner meat

Turkey is one the biggest coutries which have the most delicious food all over the world, and other two countries are China and France. Doner Meat is a Turkish dish made of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie, normally lamb but also a mixture of veal or beef with these, or sometimes chicken.  349 more words

Turkish Food

Cooking Turkish Food in Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

As I am writing this, I am sitting in Turkey, in the midst of my current travelling adventure. Woo! As you may know from previous posts, I like to document the foods I eat when I travel around the world. 457 more words

Exploring Turkish Cuisine: What Exactly is a Kebab?

In the US we tend to think of a “kebab” as a grilled food on a stick: sizzling sliced of red meat and onions over the charcoals, vegetable kebabs, Hawaiian kebabs with speared pineapples and fish.   730 more words


When Jimmy John's Just Won't Do: Get a Döner

Did you read this title and think: Oh the blasphemy!?? Are you one of those people who swear by the hangover healing and nutritional power of the sprouts and suspicious guac spread that define the signature Jimmy John’s sandwiches? 433 more words

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Food in Turkey - Turkish Cuisine


When people think of Turkish food (Mugfagi) they think of Kebabs. But Turkey has an amazing array of foods on offer to tourists and locals alike. 292 more words

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