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Turkish samphire with garlic

Finally, finally, finally, I found a plac, in Denmark, where I could buy the  salt-herb, known as Samphire. Something I have been awaiting for a really long time. Yes, actually for years. It has been several years since I first got Deniz Börülcesi or Samphire / salt-herb / sea-asparagus / Salicornia as it is also called in English. Yes, in […]

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Turkish food as vegetarian or vegan

If you are into vegetarian or vegan food, eating Turkish food is no problem at all. In fact, it is just the opposite than in many other countries. It is quite easy to find delicious turkish food to eat. Often you do not have to think about, what you choose and where to get it, […]

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Turkish potato salad – different and good

Almost everyone at home with us is crazy about potato salad. Maybe just except me. I am not that crazy, that I definitely need it and demand it. Only on rare occasions. But my husband and my children – they can hardly get enough of it especially in the summer, but really all year round. […]

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Cevizli biber – Turkish walnut dip

Some month ago, we agreed in the family, that instead of a good traditional Danish Easter dinner, we had to make a real Turkish meze table. Filled with all sorts of delicious stuff, dip, bread, salads, etc. Although there are always a lot of repeaters – things that we just got have with such a […]

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Club Arma Restaurant – a real treat

Sponsored post: You (hopefully) often have a pleasent experience, when you’re are dining out. But it’s not often, that it is as pleasent on so many levels, as I experienced at Arma Restaurant right next to the marina in Kaleici. Club Arma restaurant is a rather unique place – both in terms of location, buildings, […]

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Barbunya – Turkish baked beans in tomato sauce

It is a bit funny with Turkish food, like this bean dish called “Barbunya”, turkish baked beans. Although it is oh so modern and very up-to-date that one might have politically correct meat-free days, and that it is almost a bit hip to try the vegan cuisine, it has actually worked in Turkey for years. […]

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Turkish flat bread toasted on the stove

Not all Turkish cooking takes hours to prepare or is difficult to make. In fact, it’s one of the easiest kitchens to go to, because the ingredients are rather simple and straight foreward. And you will use what you buy and not just leave it in some drawer. And then is just amazing. Like these […]

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Stuffed mini eggplants – a real vegetarian dish

I’ve made these filled mini-eggplants once before I tried again for our guests last night. Typically me, – to make something for our guests, which I have not really done before. Perhaps based on the philosophy that I am not entirely responsible for how the outcome will be if I haven’t tried it before 😀 But […]

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Balıkçı meyhanesi – a gorgeous restaurant

Sponsored post: Last year at this time I was on a quick trip alone to Antalya. I needed to get away and get some peace of mind. And then there were a lot of exciting people who wanted to get in touch with me through the blog and exciting offers that were just waiting. Balıkçı […]

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