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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Syrian migrants living in Istanbul have brought their rich food culture to the city, with many of them opening restaurants across the city over the past few years.
Onions make you cry. Anyone who ever chopped one knows that. No kitchen is devoid of onions, but a professional kitchen has more reasons than an onion for crying
İzmir’s Boyoz Days aims to strengthen the brand of ‘boyoz,’ a puff pastry which was the gift of Sephardic Jews to the street food culture of today. As the new generation brings new tastes to the old formula, the city is about to get geographic registration for the Boyoz of İzmir
On Dec, 25 Christmas Day, Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul has prepared a brunch featuring traditional Christmas specialties accompanied by live piano music and also colorful activities for children.
It must have been like one of those nights when everybody was glued to the television to watch the Eurovision Song Contest.
Just a week after writing my impressions about the culinary scene in Barcelona, I’m getting excited about seeing three stellar chefs from Spain in Istanbul this weekend on Dec. 10
Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul’s Italian Executive Chef Giovanni Terracciano will come together with renowned cookbook and culinary authors to present an exclusive menu with unique flavors from their books at the “Giovanni & Friends” event on Nov. 11
Turkey has entered the top 10 countries with the most items on the UNESCO Intangible Heritage List, with the addition of traditional flatbread during the 11th official meeting.
It was back in 1961 when Jackie Kennedy was pictured buying a Tefal pan in a store in New York.
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I was dead tired, but I didn’t hesitate a moment to wake up at 6 in the morning to catch an early flight to Istanbul to go to the Thrace region.
The idea is simple: You ate a lot, now give back!
Mini golf! Who remembers it? I do.
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A court in Istanbul has finally decided which brand is the real maker of the Sultanahmet “köfte” (meatball) – a favorite among tourists to the city – after four years of legal proceedings.