September 2008

Turkish Kabak Tatlisi (Poached Pumpkin)

My two-week series on Turkish food draws to a close with this sweet poached pumpkin dessert, Kabak Tatlisi. When I received a small pumpkin in my weekly CSA delivery last week, I flipped through my Turkish [...]

Turkish Cerkez Tavugu (Chicken with Walnuts)

One of my favorite aspects of Turkish cuisine is the use of nuts in both sweet and savory recipes. In the United States, we typically use nuts on for snacking or in desserts so when walnuts [...]

Turkish Sigara Boregi With Minced Meat

Sigara boregi literally translates to 'cigarette pastry', a shape common in Turkey and filled with either sweet or savory mixtures. The cigarette shape is familiar to me as I have made egg rolls, lumpia, and spring [...]

Weekend Reading: from casseroles to sauces

My reading list for this weekend is perfect for those who love to entertain. You'll find cookbooks covering cocktails and fondues along with appetizers and party planning ideas. Four of the books featured are less than [...]

Turkish Ispanakli Gozleme: Spinach-Filled Flat Bread

This versatile flat bread (gozleme) is common to many parts of Turkey and is often made at home but can also be found in cafes. Creamy spinach wrapped by grilled flat bread -- sound delicious? I [...]

Turkish Sweet Potato & Apricot Rolls

This past week I've had a craving for Turkish food. The interesting twist is that I'm not all that familiar with food from Turkey. In my mind, I think of it as being warm, savory and [...]

Frozen Grapes: a refreshing snack

Although our hot Summer weather is nearly over, the past two weeks have been up near 100F. Working from home has its advantages but when the heat kicks in ... it can be less than ideal [...]

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