Mucver, or zucchini fritters, you can find the recipe here.
Have you been to Istanbul, Turkey? Have you had Turkish food? Saveur, a very prestigious food and travel magazine, has chosen Istanbul Eats to be among six finalists for its “Best Culinary Travel Blog” award of 2011. Vote and Share if you loved your experience with the Turkish cuisine!
This elegant carpaccio with nori-braised daikon, wasabi emulsion, and yuzu-marinated daikon requires multiple steps but is simple overall.
“The food world is divided on tuna, - writes the food author of The Daily Meal. - “While it’s difficult to wade through all those health and environmental concerns, the fact remains that tuna is one of the most versatile and palate-friendly fish on the market. Sold fresh or in a can, eaten raw or grilled, tuna is simple to prepare and pairs well with the flavors of many different types of cuisines, from Italian to Japanese to Mexican”
A really interesting take on approaching an authentically ethnic market in a different country. In this video, a travel blogger Sonia Gil takes a stroll around the Turkish market in Berlin’s Kreuzberg. A corner of the classic Berlin neighborhood where Punks and Turks have lived for years turns into a delicious market, and all kinds of Berliners come for produce and Mediterranean inspiration. For more about Turkey, visit here.
It’s Andrew Zimmern first trip to Turkey and he’s overwhelmed by the local hospitality. Every day he tries something new. Watch the video, what the host of Bizarre Foods TV show discovers on his visit to Turkey’s Underground City.
Going to Turkey? Click here for more information on what to see in Turkey.
“The tea itself is quite the affair, with seven delectable courses that leave one satiated. We begin with champagne and a cup of tea chosen from an extensive list that spans a few pages of the menu…”
- writes a travel blogger Oneika Raymond about her experience in Dubai.
As a matter of fact, many countries have very distinctive tea making and drinking traditions, one of which is Turkey.
Here are some of the top food blogs we’re reading right now - from some of the best cuisines to tips on best street eats in Singapore: http://thewonglist.blogspot.com, http://atigerinthekitchen.com, http://www.eatingintranslation.com, http://eatingasia.typepad.com, http://ramblingspoon.com, http://www.what2seeonline.com, http://norecipes.com, http://ieatishootipost.sg
It took 2 days, 8 chefs and 78 dishes to create The New Canadian menu! The new menu will be available beginning April 16, 2012.
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