Sunday, November 9, 2008

Turkish Pasta & Pilaf Recipes (Makarna & Pilav Tarifleri)

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

To all the Turkish recipes on this site - keep up the good work - i am hosting a dinner party for some of my Turkish friends and all the recipes on this site has given me an inspiration to cook some Turkish dishes as well. cheers

Anonymous said...

what did you cook for the dinner party. We have been to Istanbul and are also hosting a dinner party.

Anonymous said...

After living on and off in Turkey for many, many years...back to the early seventies. The beautiful dolmuc have been replaced by ordinary cars; many beautiful places are no longer, thanks to turism. But the essence of Istanbul will live in my heart forever

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad my Turkish friends told me about this website, my husband is Turkish and I cook for him all the time now, it reminds him of home...... He also says it taste better than his mums.... Keep up the great work..

Anonymous said...

OMG this is superb helpful for me. My husband is Turkish and it has been 7 month i have move here. I dont know even know how to cook my traditional food, what more turkish food. This website do help me alot. I am still learning tho. Thank you

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