I like to think of myself as quite an aficionado of white cheese. I really, really like it and have been known to take my own kalıp or lump with me when I travel! all these places are in northwestern Turkey: Ezine, Edirne, Bayramiç and Trakya or Thrace the ...
Because I am lucky enough to be able to buy my vegetables fresh from the outdoor markets, I'm thrilled because spring is here! Nowhere is it more apparent than at the market. Today's market was a little different as we went to Ezine pazarı , about half an ...
As the weather dances between deceptively warm and sunny and then freezing cold, knowing what to wear but also what to eat, becomes a tricky issue. Are we into salads big time yet or not? Or are the pulses still winning? here is the bulgur and walnut salad ...
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TRAVEL - Bookworms rejoice! Historic Istanbul dock now shop book-coffee-...
An old building in Istanbul’s historic Eminönü neighborhood has recently been turned into a book store where people can enjoy a cup of coffe
My Favorite Spice Store in Istanbul ~ My Traveling Joys
That means I'll be paying a visit to my favorite spice girl, Bilge Kadioglu, owner of Ucuzcular Baharat, No. 51 at the Mısır Çarşısı (Egypti
A winter's meal: leeks with mince/kıymalı pırasa yemeği
leeks with mince/kıymalı pırasa Meals like this are very common here and belong to the type called tencere yemeğı or tray/pan dishes where e
Istanbul Beat Blog – Nam June Paik Award goes to Cevdet Erek
Whether you're basking in the glow of the city's current artistic invasion or wondering if, even though art's not really your thing, it'd be
Living In Turkey: Inspiring Expats - Ölüdenizli Yarenler | Turkey's For ...
Here are the expat Turkish folk dancers, Ölüdenizli Yarenler, who performed at the welcome party for Tom Kelly when he arrived in Fethiye at