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Traditional Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on September 6, 2013 – 05:39 am

Traditional Turkish Cuisine

The International Jewish Cook Book: 1600 Recipes According To The Jewish Dietary Laws With The Rules For Kashering: The Favorite Recipes Of America, Austria, Germany, Russia, France, Poland, Roumania, Ect., Ect. By Florence Kreisler Greenbaum. New York: Bloch Pub. Co., 1919. This is another in our ethnic American selections, this book representing a wide array of international Jewish cooking. It is not a pretty book, but it is a very good general cookbook for its day and, a splendid representation of Jewish cuisine. It contains 1600 recipes…

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Turkish Cuisine White Plains

Posted by on April 22, 2014 – 08:20 am

Turkish Cuisine White Plains

My stars. What an absolute delight to get some delicious (and cheap!) Turkish food right in White Plains. Yup, Turkish Cuisine Westchester (no points for originality, but thumbs up for saying what you mean) is now open for business. It’s a tiny, narrow establishment on Mamaroneck Avenue with a few seats at the counter to eat in, and about six tables in the back for dining, but this place screams takeout (with free delivery in White Plains). My friend and I were jazzed to finally see some more economical suggestions for takeout in White Plains. A…

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Turkish Cuisine New York NY

Posted by on May 13, 2014 – 08:51 am

Turkish Cuisine New York NY

A couple of months back I got an email from Turkish Airlines asking me if I could try out their service and write about them. At first I figured they wanted me to fly to Turkey Economy Class but then I found out they actually wanted me to try their Business Class and gave me 6 very cool destinations to choose from: Toronto New york Chicago Los Angeles Washington DC So Paulo I didn’t know much about Turkish Airlines back then other than their TV commercial featuring the football players so I was a bit surprised they actually flew as far as LA or…

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Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on January 13, 2014 – 07:45 am

Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine

Far from the hustle and bustle of the more tourist-y areas of Orlando, Winter Park is a not-so-hidden gem that is not to be missed. Restaurants, artisans, and shops populate this community with the epicenter being Park Avenue. Along the pedestrian-friendly main street and adjacent side streets, new experiences are waiting at every turn- from doggie boutiques to restaurants serving every type and style of cuisine. There s always something new to try with over 140 shops, restaurants and museums. In the mood to venture out and try something completely…

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Ottoman Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on April 25, 2014 – 06:28 am

Ottoman Turkish Cuisine

It s a Turkish stuffed eggplant dish which is eaten throughout the lands of the old Ottoman empire. It s one of the highlights of their cuisine. You can find plenty of recipes by googling. Here is a Bosnian recipe for fried eggplant I ve made and was very popular with my guests: Ingredients 1 large eggplant water & salt flour oil for frying 1 clove garlic, chopped parsley, chopped Instructions Peel the eggplant and slice it into thin discsOttoman Turkish Cuisine Ottoman Turkish Cuisine Newtown

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Turkish Cuisine menu

Posted by on January 19, 2014 – 08:10 am

Turkish Cuisine menu

Clockwise from left: A La Turca owner Ugar Unal; Chef Mezze Platter; Iskender Turkey is the only country in the world located on two continents, a bridge of sorts among Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, making it one of the world s true melting pots. And so it goes with the food, a commingling of many cuisines in one. With its roots in Ottoman culture, Turkish fare has developed into a unique fusion of Asian, Mediterranean, and Balkan flavors, with dishes varying from one region of the country to the next. It s only fitting to end a meal at A La…

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