Bazlama Bread

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This is a traditional bread, generally baked over wood fire in villages. When my grandpas were alive, we used to visit them  very often. They used to live in a village and whenever we went there, grandma would always bake bazlama for us. She would also brew a teapot of tea again over a wood… 

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Strawberry Jam

Strawberry Jam

I can hear what you say; I know that we are not in the season of strawberries. But believe me or not, I saw fresh strawberries in an open market here. I just thought that they didn’t have any taste, but when I got closer to them, I felt that miraculous scent of strawberries. From… 

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Menemen

Menemen

You already know how much I love egg. I can eat this delicious product of hens everyday and in every version. I feel a great admiration to these productive animals every time I eat or use egg in some dishes. I believe that hens want to send us their eggs as a gift. I love… 

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Grape Molasses with Tahini

Grape Molasses with Tahini

Doctors say that grape molasses has more nutritional  value than honey. They also point out that it has a big importance for pregnants, babies and children, as it is rich in calcium and potassium. It’s a great source of energy. Thay say that 200gr molasses is equal to 1550gr milk or 350gr meat in terms… 

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