Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Phoenicians did not have a chance to taste oranges, but today’s Finike, which was once home to the ancient civilization, is now famous for its bright, sunny globes
Viticulture has deep roots in Anatolia. In Turkey, when we refer to our past, we tend to mention just Anatolia, as if Turkey consists only of Asia Minor.
Sultans of Istanbul, a Turkish-run business selling baklava and other classic Turkish sweets is doing a roaring trade in the Serbian capital of Belgrade
I pick up the free newspaper at Copenhagen airport. On the front page, the dreamy eyes of Marius directly look at you, as if to blame everyone as being a part of his murder. I shudder and inevitably think of Morrissey’s song: Meat is Murder!
My memory is hazy; it must have been 1982, or maybe even a year earlier, but I clearly remember the moment we met at the old harbor of Assos, just in front of the wonderful house he had restored near the sea.
The company ‘Akdenizli’ (Mediterranean), founded by Turkish Ahmet Müderrisoğlu and his Greek partner Yannis Botsaris, introduces the mastic resin products to the Turkish market
It is the year of the Wood Horse according to the Chinese calendar, undoubtedly the speediest sign of the zodiac. Pick your choice of fortunate food, and take the daring bold step into the future; go with the wind, fast forward!
How Turkey became a tea-drinking nation is one of the great miracles of the last century.
The Aula of Amsterdam University is packed full with scholars, students, researchers, historians, food writers, journalists; all to attend the one-day-only first “Amsterdam Symposium on the History of Food.”
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
The next time you try to take a picture of your dinner in a posh French restaurant, don't be surprised if an angry chef comes storming out of the kitchen.
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One photograph found in a second-hand bookshop became the iconic masterpiece of a recent irresistibly tempting exhibition: 'A Sweet History of Chocolate from Ottoman to Republican Times'
The moon defines the mood! No doubt about that. We sometimes feel moody and down - it could be the moon descending; we sometimes feel hyped and bright - it could be the full moon shining...
Standing still in front of the gigantic yellow vacuum in the wall, I was trying to walk away, but just could not.