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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Everybody in Turkey must have seen the scenes of the insanely surreal slaughter of oranges recently.
DENPASAR, Indonesia - Agence France-Presse
A Turkish meat dish known as Keşkek, or Kashkak, has officially entered UNESCO’s Intangible Heritage List. The food joins more than 200 practices from around the world which already enjoy the U.N. seal of approval.
MUĞLA – Hürriyet Daily News
Şelale Restaurant in the center of Üzümlü Village, near Fethiye in southwestern Turkey, is not the sort of place you would normally expect to see reviewed but nevertheless it should be.
Bursa - Hürriyet Daily News
Today the Tatveren family in Bursa still produces sweet chestnuts, but they now prepare the chestnuts in a big factory. They still taste as if grampa made them.
We like to think of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar – open since 1461 – as the world’s oldest shopping mall. If that’s the case, shouldn’t the Grand Bazaar be home to the world’s oldest food court
ANTALYA - Doğan News Agency
The Rixos Downtown Antalya hotel has begun offering guests 21st-century molecular kitchen practices with the introduction of tablet foods.