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Turkish food New York

Posted by on September 9, 2013 – 10:37 am

Turkish food New York

One cuisine we re really short on is Greek. Now & then a new Greek place opens and we all get so excited about it but they ve mostly all been disappointments. Miss all the great Greek food of New York, even the diners and coffee shops run by Greeks. For some reason we re getting more Turkish food in S.F. lately (love it), but why not more Greek places?Peri Ela - Upper East Side - New York, NY | Yelp

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Famous Turkish food

Posted by on December 26, 2013 – 10:38 am

Famous Turkish food

Walk over to 9th Avenue (where tourists never venture) and you will find a great neighborhood filled with every kind of ethnic food you can think of (Italian, Mexican, Thai, Vietnamese, Brazilian, Sri Lankan, Turkish, Ethiopian, etc.). Eat like a New Yorker and not like a tourist - cross the Great Divide and come on over to 9th. If you are looking for a particular kind of restaurant, post a note and I ll try to help. For a quick bite, go to the coffee shop in the Edison Hotel on 47th between Broadway and 8th. It s kinda famous, and unchanged in…

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Simple Turkish food

Posted by on April 4, 2014 – 07:24 am

Simple Turkish food

There s wild strawberry fragrance to begin the seduction process, ripe sweet redcurrant and strawberry flavours, gentle fizz and a fresh, clean, sweet finish. Good. Peter Forrestal, Quaff 2011 Moscato has hit the bargain end of the shelf this year, and rightfully so. As a wine for the sweet-tooths to quaff, this does a mighty fine job with its pretty salmon hue and its perfumed rose petal, Turkish Delight and strawberry flavours. 90 Points; Wine Business Monthly Chill this local moscato well, and enjoy its bright berry aromas and sweet fruit flavours…

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Recipes of Turkish food

Posted by on November 17, 2013 – 10:43 am

Recipes of Turkish food

Instead of looking for Arabic recipes, take into account that there are many different countries and geographic areas which have Arab ethnicities. Try Lebanese Persian (Iranian) Egyptian Iraqi Turkish Moroccan Go from there.Turkish Food and Recipes

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Turkish food recipes in English

Posted by on April 28, 2014 – 09:53 am

Turkish food recipes in English

Stuffed Grape Leaves My first blog entry.. and I am starting off with my mother s recipe for a traditional Turkish dish called yaprak sarma si , or just sarma , like most people in Turkey call it. Sarmas are stuffed grape leaves. They are the ultimate finger food and are often served as a side dish with a dot of yoghurt. Sarma is so loved at our home that we have it as a main dish most of the time. :) While most sarma recipes have ground meat listed as one of their main ingredients, mine will be totally vegan - well, if you serve them without the…

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Food in Turkish

Posted by on December 20, 2013 – 01:01 pm

Food in Turkish

FOUR lorries destroyed by Israeli air raids near the Christian town of Zahle in Lebanon s Bekaa valley yesterday were carrying nothing but medicines and food provisions, awitness says.journalist saw that one of the lorries was transporting medicine from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Another had been carrying vegetable oil, which spilled over the road, a third had a cargo of provisions and the fourth was empty. Turkish diplomats in Beirut said that a Turkish truck carrying cooking oil was also destroyed by Israeli fire in the Bekaa valley yesterday…

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Turkish Foods

Posted by on March 5, 2014 – 01:25 pm

Turkish Foods

Bitar s is at 10th and Federal, near Pat s and Geno s. They have groceries, fresh food, and prepared food. Also there is a small store at 4th and Bainbridge called Queen Village Food Market. It looks like a convenience store but says it has Middle Eastern, Greek, and Turkish foods on a sign outside. Good luck!Turkish Foods04 : Altinkum Observer News

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Best Turkish food in Chicago

Posted by on March 17, 2014 – 02:04 pm

Best Turkish food in Chicago

Katia Pavlyuk Among dozens of Italian restaurants, Irish pubs and chain establishments in Lincoln Park and Lakeview, it’s truly a rarity to find a Turkish restaurant. Located steps away from the intersection of Lincoln and Belmont, A La Turka: Turkish Kitchen has become a Chicago staple for authentic Turkish cuisine and great entertainment. The restaurant’s engaging atmosphere makes its customers comfortable while celebrating all types of events, whether it’s a birthday party, romantic dinner or a leisurely night out with friends. Despite the ongoing…

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