Turkish Feast

Welcome back to your regular programming: Daily Awesomenesses on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I happen to have several saved up, but I’m sure Louisette will feature once or twice too (and of course she’ll be the focus on Wednesdays until she’s old enough to ask me to stop).

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Food is awesome.

Here is (from roughly left to right) Turkish bread, beetroot dip, hummus, sis kebab (lamb skewers), tavuk gogsu (char-grilled chicken breast), kabak mucver (zuccini puffs with yogurt and dill dip), tavuklu pide (pizza filled with chicken, parsley and cheese), salad, and baklava (filo pastry layered with walnuts, cashews, and syrup). 

 

Nom nom.

6 thoughts on “Turkish Feast

    • Stu: This was actually from December, when I couldn’t eat much. Getting takeaway was a brilliant way to save chores for CJ, and to help me eat a wider variety of food. Food is always more edible when someone else prepares it.

    • W: Nah. I can eat anything now, so there’s no need. Although I’m ordering in for my birthday dinner, and making people bring money to pay for it.

  1. Cuz, I’m hungry, and I hate you for showing me that picture. Turkish food is one of the things I miss most about living in Australia. Weird that, huh?

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