- From Turkish kaymak ("cream"). (Wiktionary)
“We discovered the spot prior to our trip on an episode of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, and so before we even touched down in Istanbul, I was obsessed with finding my way to the kaymak clotted cream and honey.”
“* 'Ashta is a kind of clotted cream similar to the Turkish kaymak.”
“But the 16th-century English invention called clotted cream and its Turkish and Afghan relatives kaymak and qymaq remain vital traditions.”
“They milk the cows and prepare products for the winter: cheese, butter and kaymak, a traditional clotted cheese.”
“Traditional sides are chopped fresh onion and kaymak, a thick and slightly cheesy cream ball that melts over the cevap.”
“Kaymakci Pando (Besiktas Carsisi, near the market), a tiny hole-in the-wall that serves kaymak, a clotted cream made from buffalo milk.”
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