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“THE AUTHENTIC BAKLAVA MADE OF HONEY SHERBET”

Press release… Indicating that honey has been used since ages in the sherbet of baklava which is the indispensable flavour of the feasts, Honey Gourmet Ahmet Bağran Aksoy said, “The first production year of industrial sugar in our country, known as granulated sugar, is 1926. But baklava and other sherbet …

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GASTRONOMIC CITY GAZİANTEP OFFERS HIGH TASTES WITH AUTHENTIC DRYINGS…

Dryings such as peppers, zucchini, eggplant and acur (white cucumber) dried in the gastronomic city of Gaziantep with natural methods took their place on the ropes of the high hills of the city. In the gastronomy branch included “Creative Cities Network” of UNESCO and is known as Turkey’s “drying warehouse”, …

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TURKEY; POTENTIAL HUB FOR SUSTAINABLE GASTRONOMY…

Turkey boasts profound resources to practice sustainable gastronomy thanks to its natural beauty, traditional recipes, and cultural heritage, according to a culinary expert. “Turkey’s natural beauties, traditional recipes digested over civilizations rooted within the boundaries of the country, cultural heritage, unique ingredients which are grown in diverse geographies and climates, …

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SMYRNA BOYOZ EN ROUTE FOR ISRAEL…

Press release… Smyrna Boyoz on the way to Israel… Smyrna Boyoz, adopting the motto from Izmir to the world, continues to export without slowing down despite the coronavirus. Musa Turan, Mim Group CEO, said that Smyrna Boyoz will take its place on the shelves of supermarkets in Israel in the …

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THE END OF THE BREAKFAST BUFFET!

Due to COVID-19, the beloved self-serve travel perk is no more. Here’s what you can expect to wake up to instead There’s a particular pleasure to the travel ritual of waking up in crisp hotel sheets, meandering downstairs, and finding a fully stocked breakfast buffet splayed out before you. Then there’s …

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RESTAURANTS TO REOPEN GRADUALLY IN MID-JUNE IN TURKEY…

Restaurant owners in Turkey are expecting to reopen their venues in mid-June after a suspension of more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the head of an association has said. “The restaurants and other enterprises will reopen with distress. Restaurants could reopen until June 15. They were shut by an executive order of …

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ENJOYING A GLASS OF TEA IS AN INDELIBLE PART OF TURKISH CULTURE…

Enjoying a glass of tea is an indelible part of Turkish culture, as whether at home, in the office, or even during shopping, hot glasses of the traditional brew are regularly on offer.Turkish people have long since proven their love for tea, but last year made it official, when they …

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BAKLAVA AND TURKISH DESSERT SALES HIT BY CORONAVIRUS!

The coronavirus outbreak has hit Turkish baklava makers, who generally spend busy days making the world-famous Turkish dessert ahead of Ramadan Bayram, also known as Eid al-Fitr in other parts of the world. Orders and sales in Baklava have significantly dropped during the epidemic, Mehmet Yıldırım, head of the Association …

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ITALY AND JAPAN LARGEST NET EXPORTERS OF CUISINES…

One of the features of the current US hegemony is its influence on culture across the world through Hollywood and music. Yet, movies and music are just one aspect of culture. In another more important aspect—food—the US fares less well, according to new research. In a study published by the …

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CANER DİKİCİ: USTA PİDECİ WILL REACH 150 BRANCHES NEXT YEAR

The Turkish quick-service restaurant operator TAB Gıda, the franchiser of American fast-food chains, Burger King, Sbarro, Popeyes and Arby’s in Turkey, is preparing to offer the local delight pide in overseas markets with its subsidiary, Usta Pideci. TAB Gıda General Manager Caner Dikici announced that the company’s most recent brand …

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