Yogurt Soup

Yogurt Soup | giverecipe.com

Have you ever thought about the connection between  sense of smell and memory? A smell can take us back to old days, remind us people we were together with and  bring a scene to our mind. We can see that piece of event very clearly with our mind’s eye. That particular smell even makes us… 

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An Enigmatic Tea

An Enigmatic Tea | giverecipe.com

Look at this tea! And tell me what you see? Anything extraordinary? Dad always loves to surprise me in different ways. We went to a coffee house last weekend to have tea and simit as breakfast. When I was taking pictures of Turkish tea (you can see it in my last post), he called the… 

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Turkish Tea

Turkish Tea | giverecipe.com

Are you tired? Do you fill uncomfortably full? Do you have guests? Brew some Turkish tea! Turkish tea has such a great role in our life that even a day without tea is impossible for us. We start our day not with coffee, absolutely with a glass of newly brewed tea which has a tempting… 

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Semolina Halvah II

Semolina Halvah II | giverecipe.com

Serving something sweet is a part of our tradition to celebrate festivals. The Feast Of  Sacrifice lasts 4 days and we are on the third day of it. We are happy that we have mom and dad with us during this festival. Mom made this semolina halvah yesterday to serve our guests. Lucky guests!