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  • n. Alternative spelling of kebab.

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Examples

  • The eatery offers quick meals — including sandwiches and pides, or canoe-shaped flatbreads with a variety of fillings, for $6.75 to $8.50 — as well as more traditional, homemade-style dishes such as the popular Turkish dish İ skender kebap, comprising slices of lamb and beef slathered in tomato sauce and served over cubes of bread, for $10.25.

    A La Turca

  • She ordered the chicken kebap sandwich, made with meat cooked on a vertical spit.

    A La Turca

  • Lori Eanes for The Wall Street Journal A beyti kebap, ground lamb wrapped in bread.

    A La Turca

  • Mr Wiggles sprints from the room now when he enters ever since DocChuck tried make him the “kebap” on his “spindle”.

    Beacon’s Burger Bar Attempts to Gain Coveted Midtown Lunch Status | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • I met up with Mike & Jason in Berlin on Friday afternoon after arriving by Deutsche Bahn about 5 hours from Mannheim and we wandered around the Alexanderplatz, the Nikolaiviertel, and Unter den Linden for a bit before starting on the weekend goal of consuming as many döner kebap as humanly possible - something that is unfortunately not available in their current home of NYC!

    Berlin! Third Time's a Charm! Plus Special Bonus: Cottbus!

  • And, we managed to fit in some kebap as well, of course!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • And no tacos al pastor, because it's really doner kebap brought over by the Middle Easterners.

    My Kingdom For a Cheeseburger

  • As we enjoyed our lunch of dolma, (grape leaves stuffed with spicy rice), kebap (succulent grilled lamb), kasar cheese from the eastern city of Kars and marvelous bread still warm from the oven, all washed down with the excellent Doluca red wine, we wondered where Abdullah had vanished to.

    Stars and Stripes

  • Other common, delicious Turkish foods are saucy iskender kebap, lentil (mercimek) soup, and desserts like rice pudding (sutlac) or sticky ice cream (dondurma).

    Matador Network

  • The doener kebap, a Turkish food that's been adapted to suit German tastes, can be bought on just about every corner in every major city in the country.

    Deutsche Welle: DW-WORLD.DE

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