Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Expect the unexpected! This can be the new catchphrase of Istanbul these days. Every other day we hear of a new place opening in an unusual corner of the city; there seems to be more and more facets of this ever-changing town to explore
As peace talks resume in Cyprus and hellish arguments in Turkey are fired up over the Cypriot issue, it was the right time to revisit the island.
Almond blossoms are among the first to prelude the joyous spirit of spring in the air. Following the almond blossoms, plum trees burst into full bloom, soon to be followed by the adorable cherry flowers.
My napkin was gently folded like a bundle. As I cradled it in my palms I felt the warmth inside. It was as if it were still sizzling in deep oil. As I unfolded the layers of linen, I noticed that my golden fried ball was slightly pointed on one end. That made me curious about the cook; it was surely a clue about his home country.
“Nisan” is the word for the month of April in the Turkish language, which is the equivalent of the month of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar.
On Mother’s Day, the Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul is offering something for everyone, with a sumptuous brunch, live music and a fun cake decoration class for the kids
Alex Jensen - SEOUL (AA)
Global survey suggests Koreans bottom of pile for time spent home cooking - just behind Turkish counterparts - but restaurateurs say that's because of the quality available eating out.
There are countless towns and villages in Turkey with a green hilltop named “Hıdır Tepesi,” which can be translated as the “Hill of Hıdır;” in reality it means “The Verdant Hill.”
The best fish this time of the year in Turkey is the black sea turbot. Here is the recipe of the week...
Owning a grand, impressive and imposing posture and a stately manner, the artichoke definitely has royal qualities.
The Turkish team succeeded in finishing number two and three, but missed the number one spot; alas, not from the top but the bottom.
The end of April is the time for poppies to pop up in fields. Throughout May, and well into the month of June, fields of green wheat stalks celebrate the spring, dotted red with poppies
The title may suggest that late Jerusalem artichokes must be one of the vegetables that have stirred up much confusion by their name and use in history
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