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Just I can’t find enough time…

I haven’t forgotten you, my dear blog! Just I can’t find enough time… Ah, there are alot of things/crafty works waiting for me, to be finished… But to be honest, photography  almost takes all my time… Maybe you don’t know, in these days I love to make paintings image with my photographs on photoshop.

Otherwise…. there are a lot of books waiting for me to be read…

there are some crocheting projects waiting for me to be finished…

there are some painting projects waiting for me to start…

and THERE is a naughty little Princess in my home, waits always to interest with her otherwise she creates a big mess in every room…

Anyway, today (maybe you have already known them) I want to introduce some of beautiful creative blogger friends,

http://stitchandpurl.wordpress.com/

Dear Svenna, with her amazing knitting works always fascinating me… I love her blog and her little assistant!

http://chicaandaluza.wordpress.com/2012/02/24/crafty-catch-up/#comment-6630

Dear Chica, always fascinates me with her amazing recipes and notes from food culture… BUT this time she fascinated me with her knitting works…

http://bluejellybeans.wordpress.com/

Dear Giovanna, she is amazing with her food culture and recipes… BUT she is also amazing with her cross stitch works too… She fascinates me too…

 

Thank you for you all,

Have a nice a great day,

with my love, nia

 

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This is my Favurite One!

This is one of my favurite salads….  “Gavurdagi Salad” (which takes its name from a mountain in Anatolia) it is wonderfully tasty.  Actually this salad is a very well and also  traditionally an accompaniment for any kind of grilled meat.  The most important taste in this salad, is pomegranate syrup in the dressing; it provides a rounded acidity that elevates the dish greatly, transforming it into a mouth watering accompaniment worthy of being a main dish in itself.

Tomatos, red or white onion (if you wish, this time I didn’t add), parsley, green pepper chopped, olive oil, pomegranate syrup, salt, and walnut crushed… 

Pomegranate syrup from village farm, homemade…

I will serve with barbecued meat but with potatos in the oven…

 chopped the potatos and mix them all with salt, olive oil, pepper and dried thyme and cook in the oven… For a long time I stopped to make fried food, I always cook them in the oven like that… It is much more healty as they say… and delicious too.

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