Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
What do tomatoes and the French have in common? French cookery is certainly not bathed in garish red sauces like the Italian kitchen
The taste of fall is in full swing. Having just spent two days in Gaziantep, I had the chance to savor all fall tastes in an exquisite way.
Cinderella must have been the homeliest of all princess wannabee girls in the fanciful world of stories.
BURSA - Doğan News Agency
Two sisters in Bursa are producing pure olive oil with a special technique that was first used 6,000 years ago. They use an olive grinder of 300 years
Grains are staple foods for mankind. Wheat and rice are particularly important to Turkish cuisine, both widely enjoyed and used
Here I’m in Venice after almost 20 years of absence. My big step is to my past, to my city, to my beloved friends in Venice
AYLİN ÖNEY TAN
What do bananas, Brunello and Barilla have in common? It was a triple BBB effect that stirred the Italian media in the past three months
Fish lovers were in heaven. Silver and golden smoked herring, fermented trout “rakørret”, smoked salmon, smoked and “gravet” freshwater fishes
Imagine a jury made up of all-female judges, scrutinizing samples from all over the world, trying to work out points for the best wines
It was half a century ago: J. F. Kennedy made his speech clear.
A sudden drop in temperatures made it clear: It is time for roasted chestnuts!
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Wheat grain has been a matter of life and death for humankind since its first cultivation about 13 millennia ago
SYDNEY - Agence France-Presse
Australians are known for a fondness for beer, but statistics released put its consumption at a 66-year low