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“You had to cover remove your shoes and cover your head to go in, but since all the signs are in turkish, so I could not read who they people were.”
“a yummy little number that makes a wonderful lunch if you serve it with a fresh garden salad. easy and quite quick to make if you use ready made phyllo pastry (available in turkish speciality shops or ask your baker). if you want to make your own strudel dough, check out this recipe or simply use puff pastry.”
“1: 19 PM yummania said ... did you know that baharat means spice in turkish? and maybe in persian too ..”
“One of the memorable scenes from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes when Jadis, the evil white queen, tempts Edmund into betraying the others with a delicious treat known as turkish delight.”
“Oh. That is so weird that there is lettuce in a dessert! my turkish kitchen May 18”
“These look great, I shall have to scour shops further afield! my turkish kitchen May 1”
“You deserve a ‘clever baker’ badge! my turkish kitchen Mar 1”
“Mossberg has a turkish import that is a pretty nice gun but it doesn't have ejectors so if you're using it in the field it really slows you down.”
“It is a working mans gun with matte finish and turkish walnut wood.”
“However, thinking about my earlier fascination with Narnia, I remembered that I always identified with Edmund´s transgression in away, slipping under witch´s blanket with him and getting all sticky from turkish delight.”
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