Two of the many types of Turkish foods are covered here. Because of its proximity to the many seas it’s not unexpected that seafood is plentiful in the coastal regions of Turkey. Bread is another ubiquitous food. It came fresh with every meal. Even in small restaurants the bread seemed to come right from the Continue Reading
Recent Posts by admin
Cooking with Vegetable Oils I’m frequently hearing of another vegetable oil with superior properties to canola oil, olive oil, or whatever. So, what is the best vegetable oil, how much better is one cooking oil than another, and which properties are important? Vegetable oil is defined as oil extracted from plants that are liquid at Continue Reading
Where can you find tea in Turkey? Tea, the universal drink, is found in every corner of the world. In Turkey it is served at every gathering, after every meal, and even served in fast food restaurants. It is commonly offered free at the end of each meal or before doing business. Whether in a Continue Reading
I’m off to Turkey and can’t wait to visit the spice bazaar. To help me understand what I’m seeing and eating I’ve begun adding a few Turkish words to the data base. The entire site hasn’t been coded to translate Turkish yet but the mobile version has been. I hope you get a chance to Continue Reading
Persians love fresh herbs and eat them with every meal whether formal, fancy, of fast. The Persian word for these fresh herbs is sabzi (سبزی). Sabzi comes from the Persian word sabz, which means green. In this way it is similar to the English expression “greens” which is used for leafy vegetables in salads. Green Continue Reading
Recent Comments by admin
No comments by admin yet.