Acma – Soft Turkish Bagel

I am doing European cuisine this week and I chose to do Turkish Cuisine in specific. I love Turkish cuisine for the main reason being that there are many vegetarian recipes to choose from. One of the countries that I

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Latkes – Potato Pancakes – Egg less Latke Recipe

Latkes are shallow fried potato pancakes traditionally eaten by Jews during the Hanukkah festival. I have wanted to make this recipe for a long time, but I wanted to make it egg less. When researching for this week’s theme to

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Pomegranate and Orange Juice – A Famous Street drink of Istanbul

13th Feb, 2014  When researching online about the street foods of different parts of the world, this one drink caught my attention right away. The pictures and videos on the internet were just so awesome. The pomegranates are just so

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Honey Comb Buns or Bee’s Hive Bun / Khaliat Nahal

Khaliat Nahal or the Honey Comb Bun is a common Middle Eastern confectionery which is typically filled and then glazed with sweet syrup. There are savory versions of the bun as well (which was what I made).  The recipe makes

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Falafel – Blogging marathon # 26

. This week we celebrated our little ones third Birthday and it was a weeklong celebration. Celebrations at home on his actual Birthday, celebration in school and a little get together with friends. I like to have a theme when

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