Anatolian Cuisine

In all these old and historical mansion hotels, Anatolian cuisine is the best. Their kitchens and their menu from local tasteful and delicious recipes coming from the past to todays…

some of photographs that I loved,

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Gaziantep, one of the cities in the Southeast Anatolia is very rich with her variety of spices,… And also one of the famous regions because of her dried vegetables… aubergine, tomato, chili/pepper, okra,…

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As I talked about dried vegetables above, in everywhere, you can see them as hanging on a string in the balconies or gardens of Anatolian houses,… But also they sell them too in other part of my country. During summer they let the vegetables to dry under the summer sun.

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