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  • Bu ay yemek etkinliklerinin konusu "ekmek" olunca denediğim ekmek tariflerinin sayısında da artış oldu.

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  • In Galatasaray's new home ground, the TT Arena, football fans can use "digital" rather than hard cash to pay for their kofte ekmek meatball rolls at half time.

    Turks look to mobile technology to change bazaar cash customs

  • Had amazing ekmek (custard over shredded pastry dipped in honey and whipped cream) at Omonia Cafe on 33d/Broadway.

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  • Yok primarily means "absent, missing, not available", as in ekmek yok there is no bread.

    Yocto yok!

  • Odd, when I tried "eke" it gave me the Turkish verb "ekmek."

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  • You might sometimes get hot rolls; but, generally speaking, I bought the Turkish bread (_ekmek_), baked at Balaclava.

    Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands

  • You might sometimes get hot rolls; but, generally speaking, I bought the Turkish bread (ekmek), baked at Balaclava.

    Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands

  • That endeavor announces itself when dessert arrives, unbidden: baklava, flavored with the same honey, and topped with ice cream and chocolate sauce; and ekmek, a traditional Greek dish of kataifi, shredded phyllo dough toasted and soaked in a honey sauce, covered with custard and finished with whipped cream, toasted almond and cinnamon.

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  • Araya bir ekmek yapma, epeyce de bir bulaşık yıkama seansı girdi ama en azından ben sözümü tutmuş oldum.

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  • Hamur malzemelerini karıştırarak hafif elinize yapışan bir ekmek hamuru hazırlayın ve yaklaşık 1 saat dinlendirin.

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  • A light and slightly sour flatbread from Turkey.

    November 27, 2007