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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
As American as apple pie, Halloween is generally perceived as a truly American invention, and often blamed as an invasion of American culture spreading rapidly across the world
He is big, really big! He stands up to greet me with an even bigger smile and hugs me tightly like a dear friend who has been away for so long. It is the first time we have met, but I feel like I’ve known him for ages.
“It’s like eating cotton or felt!” These are the words which came out as I was trying to explain the fruit. We were beneath an oleaster tree in Gallipoli
The question was simple: “Just the season for (fill in the blank). Where to savor it best?” I was called by the Turkish edition of daily Hürriyet to take part in a survey of food writers to determine the much sought after tastes of fall.
The first and only time I met Hülya Koç Rousseau in person was swift. We were on our way to Oxford from London, passing from Newington Green
Hospitality is serious business. The hospitality industry is the backbone of many countries that rely greatly on tourism income
There was once a myth that every devoted drinker had deep faith in: The rumor was the best rakı, the national distilled anise spirit, had to be from one particular distillery in the northwestern province of Tekirdağ
He steps to the stage like a rock star. All the young chefs are on foot applauding
The 50th anniversary meant a lot. The day was going to be special.