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Comments

  1. 1 - MIRKA FAYON on December 11th, 2007

    TEBRIKLER, CENGIZ WEBSITE INI VERDI BAYILDIM.
    SEVGILER
    MIRKA

  2. 2 - Simon on December 27th, 2007

    does anyone know where do I purchase a Dolma Machine
    Thank you,
    Simon
    my email sybaco@gmail.com

  3. 3 - Elvera Wells on June 10th, 2008

    Everytime I vist cafefernando’s food blog I don
    ‘t know what to pick. As always everything looks so so Good!.

  4. 4 - Cecilie Starin on June 16th, 2008

    Dear Cenk,
    Greetings from San Francisco. Love your blog and SF food! My daughter, who will begin Stanford in this fall, and I will be in Istanbul June 22 – 27. Where shall we eat in Istanbul? Would love to meet you. Staying at Hotel Sari Konak in Sultanahmet.
    Best,
    Cecilie Starin

  5. 5 - "ULan Kerata" on August 15th, 2008

    Hi Cenk,

    I probably will get sacked as I can’t seem to quit your food and travel blogs. What a brilliant site….Wish Me Luck!!

  6. 6 - George Alexander on April 1st, 2009

    Cenk Bey! So much good stuff in your site. Although I am not Turkish I have been to Turkey for nine (9) visits and love the food. I would love to get more Turkish recipes from your inventive self rather than the basic ones I have in my cookbooks. I am particularly taken with the Turkish penchant for stuffing things with other things. I’m not sure why that is such a popular strategy for Turkish cooks (perhaps easier to consume as finger food?) but I love the playfulness of it. Dolma-eggplant, dolma-tomatoes, even dolma-carrots. But, my request is, if you care to reply: How would prepare manty for an Ottoman pasha or even the Sultan?

  7. 7 - Cenk on April 13th, 2009

    George – Manti is one tough dish. If I ever find time to prepare it, I’ll definitely share the recipe here.

  8. 8 - Maria Varnai on May 12th, 2009

    What a wonderful site! I browsed the net and came accross your blog accidentally. I can promise you I will be back for more!
    (Oh, and one more thing: my Grandmother is of Turkish origin.)

  9. 9 - Patricia Philbin on October 12th, 2009

    Hello!

    Great recipes and interesting content. I added your site to my recommended links on my blog in the category “I’m hungry!” I’m originally from San Francisco, now living and working in France.

    Thanks for providing your cooking expertise and ideas!

  10. 10 - rosemary on February 14th, 2010

    such a great site and wonderful photography!

  11. 11 - Muguet on February 26th, 2010

    Dear Cengiz,

    I just discovered your site from tastespotting.com while searching for Turkish food. Your site is very interesting and your creativity shines.

    But I must say what an amazingly beautiful painting on your title bar. Did you paint it?

    Best,
    Muguet

  12. 12 - Cenk on February 26th, 2010

    Muguet – Thanks! No, it is by one of my favorite artists, Mustafa Pilevneli. Check out his site here.

  13. 13 - nevin tezcan on March 17th, 2010

    Merhaba Cenk,

    Hollanda’da bir turk marketinde bugun ilginc geldigi icin mung beans aldim. Evde google’dan tarif aramaya basladim ve senin blog’unu buldum.
    Ne kadar hos bir blog hazirlamissin.
    Guzel tariflerinin devamini ilgiyle takip edecegim.
    Hoscakal,

    Nevin

  14. 14 - Deniz on July 13th, 2010

    Tariflere ve fotograflara ayrı ayrı bayıldımmmm!!!Mia’ya teşekkür ederim.

  15. 15 - WINKIE BARBER-MEEN on July 30th, 2010

    LOVED CIYA…AND WANT TO KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THEIR RECIPES IN ENGLISH? THOSE CANDIED OLIVES??
    PUMPKIN…ANYTHING..

  16. 16 - Cenk on July 30th, 2010

    Winkie – I don’t have any of their recipes, sorry.

  17. 17 - Amanda E on August 9th, 2010

    Cenk…I don’t know where to start…your site is tasteful in every aspect! I think I LOVE every entry…best of luck in this ‘new’ endeavor, I am in awe that you have followed your heart – wishing you only the best. Smooches, A

  18. 18 - Sally on August 11th, 2010

    ..forgot to add it must be over 40 degrees here in Cyprus this afternoon – but I am off to make those delightful looking chocolate mousses!!

  19. 19 - Frederik on January 6th, 2011

    I’m going to make a guide for Istanbul for a new danish magasine. It’s kind of a “how to do it good and not too expensive” i’ve got 400€ to spend on two days for two people. can you help recommending some nice restaurants?
    btw. the blog is fantastisc and really good for inspiration!
    F

  20. 20 - Cenk on January 7th, 2011

    Frederik – Thanks! The list is too long. I’ll send you an e-mail.

  21. 21 - Ediref on February 4th, 2011

    Ah que dire sinon que votre site est vraiment super. On comprend votre passion pour la cuisine et les articles sur la cuisine française m’ont chatouillé les narines. Bonne continuation.

  22. 22 - marius marikas on March 24th, 2011

    count me in as one of ur biggest fans….love ur site and all u do so keep it up, don’t make me starve…;)

  23. 23 - Jan Z. Parker on December 2nd, 2011

    Hi, Cenk.

    Your blog is great. Your desserts are absolutely magnificent. Just want to say hi all the way from Seattle, WA. Take care and continued success!

    Warm Regards,

    Jan Z. Parker

  24. 24 - Lou Laz on December 4th, 2011

    I really enjoy your blog. It’s one of the best! I have looked for several years now for seeds to grow peppers used in Turkish dishes without any luck. I wonder if you know where I can buy seeds for Urfa, Maras and Kirmizi peppers. I’d like to grow them in my garden next year. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Lou

  25. 25 - Nóirín Kelly on January 28th, 2012

    Please do you have facebook I really like your site and would like to see all your comments and articles. I live in Crete and share a lot of recipes and information through my pages. I have just shared your website really great. Happy New Year 2012.

  26. 26 - Cenk on January 29th, 2012

    Nóirín Kelly – Thank you. Yes, I do have a Facebook page. You can subscribe here.

  27. 27 - Ebru on May 17th, 2012

    Hi there, I came across your website while searching the web for a kestane sekeri recipe. What a hidden gem it is! Wonderful blog, well done to you. And thank you – it’s definitely going to cheer up my gloomy London days.

  28. 28 - Tuche on September 21st, 2012

    Aslında yemek fotoğrafı çekmek ile ilgileniyorum ve kaçımnılmaz olarak sizin blog ile karşılaştım.

    İşin içinde SF ve yemek bu kadar samimi biçimde harmanlanınca ben de size aşağıdaki bir iki noktayı sormalıyım diye düşündüm.

    Mutfak ekipmanları bulmakta belki yol gösterebilirsiniz? Kurabiye kalıpkları ile başım belada da.
    Yeni bir makarna makinası bulmalıyım ama nereden? Eminönü? Kasımpaşa?
    Bir de tabi ekmek yapmak için ille de ekmek makinası şart mı? Sanki değil gibi?

    Daha bir sürü soru var ama şimdilik bunları öğrensem de yeter.

  29. 29 - Cenk on September 23rd, 2012

    Tuche – Mutfak ekipmanları konusunda Kasımpaşa’daki Doğanay Gıda’yı tavsiye ederim. Ekmek makinesi kesinlikle şart değil.

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