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Only a single, sun-dried fig or apricot makes you feel like you’ve just popped a full basket of fruit in your mouth. In the cold of mid-winter, this is the best way to remember the sun-kissed days of summer.
Featuring traditional cheeses straight from the rich, virgin meadows of the Swiss Alps, Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul will be warming up the winter nights with fondue and raclette through March 31.
Go green! This could be the slogan of the coming year. Listening to Uğur Bayar, chairman of WWF in Turkey, I finally saw a dim ray of hope about the bleak future of the environment in Turkey.
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The holder of the ‘Nobel Prize of cookbooks’ for his book ‘Seljuk Cuisine,’ Muhammed Ömür Akkor has finished his long-term
research book offering recipes from regions populated by Islamic cultures during the 7th-12th centuries
The first of the new ritual in Istanbul, the Istanbul Coffee Festival, will bring the gusto of the third wave of coffee trends in Galata Greek Primary School for every level of coffee enthusiast
The crowd was anxious to hear. Young chefs were waiting nervously, hoping that their names would be called. The winning team would have a big reward: a trip to Turkey.
FORK & CORK - One thing I definitely did not expect in Kartalkaya was design, another obsession of mine that started 35 years ago when I was a student of architecture
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, a.k.a. the “Naked Chef,” has not found what he had hoped for in his “Jamie’s Italian” restaurant in Istanbul, as it is seeking a suspension of bankruptcy from the court
If you hear a mysterious buzz around Gezi Park, do not wonder. It must be the bees of Ritz-Carlton wandering around in search of flowers.
“Hamsi” is a way of life for Black Sea people. Known as the European anchovy, Engraulis encrasicolus to be precise, it is the staple protein during winter months for all of the people living near the shores of the Black Sea coast in Turkey.
This year Strasbourg is awarded the title of 'Best Christmas Market in Europe 2014'; and even a short glimpse around the town proves that this an earned title. Each 11-market sites scattered around the town have an individual charm to them, some dedicated to fine food, some to arts and crafts, all with an Alsatian style
The day after the Twelfth Night is Epiphany, the day of revelation. In Istanbul, Epiphany day is special for the Greek and Armenian communities
With a shared culinary tradition and more, there is much that unites Israel and Turkey, according to Israeli journalist Arad Nir. ‘The potential is there within, waiting to burst out when the right time will come,’ he says
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