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April 28th, 2006 | Category: Turkish Cuisine, Vegetarian
Artichoke in olive oil is a traditional Turkish appetizer. It has many variations when it comes to the topping, such as potatoes & carrots, broad beans & dill or as in my case: Peas. This is one of those vegetable dishes, which I hated eating growing up as a child and started treasuring it in my 20s.
April 09th, 2006 | Category: Beans and Legumes, Memoir/Meme/Misc., Turkish Cuisine, Vegetarian
Back in the spring of '99, after endless days of house hunting, Özlem and I managed to find a 3 bedroom flat in the foggiest and most depressing district of San Francisco - Richmond district, 22nd and Balboa to be specific - just a day prior to getting kicked out by our landlord, who looked like the Chinese twin of Joan Collins. Sick and tired of getting ...
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April 05th, 2006 | Category: Turkish Cuisine
I don't always have the time to cook when I arrive home from work. And if there isn't anything left over from the previous day, my choice for a quick & light dinner is usually a sandwich with cacik on the side. Tonight's sandwich was smoked turkey with avocado. Cacik (closest pronounciation is "Jahjik") is a traditional Turkish meze (appetizer), which is made of yogurt, cucumber, water, garlic ...
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