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May 31, 2004

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Cahide

Bu karismi ne kadar sure ile kavanoz da tutabiliriz?
Yogurt bir sure sonra sanirim kuflenir..Any idea?

Iyi gunler!!

Sevim

A small tip: If you use Greek style yoghurt it would taste better while other sort of yoghurts are more sweet and creamy.

Sandy

Hi,
My daughter sent me your URL as I had visited Turkey 3 or 4 years ago and like to cook new recipes. Do you have a recipe for pidde? I remember those interesting boat shaped pizzas as having very little topping. The topping was chopped (not minced) meat possibley lamb and tomatoes. Also I am curious about how those interesting recipes for all the different kinds of vegetables, like eggplant, that were part of the meze or the lunch meals we ate at the roadside restaurants were made.
Thank you for your help,
Sandy

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About Kitchen Adventures


  • kitchen adventures is the english version of my turkish cooking blog; portakal agaci (means orange tree in turkish). most of the recipes in the main blog is translated by betul akin and volunteers. our aim is to introduce turkish food to other people. we're still translating the recipes to german, french and spanish...

Other Translators

  • sibel suslu
  • melike yersiz
  • ayşe saray
  • ayşe öz
  • zeynep yeniaras

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