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  • Roasted Chestnut and Corns, Istanbul, TR
    Roasted Chestnut and Corns, Istanbul, TR
    by TrendsetterME
  • Kır Pidesi, Local Food, TR
    Kır Pidesi, Local Food, TR
    by TrendsetterME
  • Roasted Chestnut and Corns, Istanbul, TR
    Roasted Chestnut and Corns, Istanbul, TR
    by TrendsetterME
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    Local water....oh no it's taged..... beer ?

    by prikje Updated Sep 7, 2005

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    waterlike beer

    Local beer called efes is almost like water a tasteless.
    The beer you see on the picture is even more tasteless !
    For good alcoholic drinks you are in the wrong country.

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    Pumpkin seeds.

    by benazer Written Aug 18, 2006

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    Lots of pumpkin seeds

    A great entertaintment here in Turkey is to eat pumpkin seeds,stops you smoking anyway,you can get some from many shops which sells nuts and sweets.

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    bread and sweets (carbo loads of them!)

    by Alikatt Written Apr 11, 2005

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    freshly baked bread in Ortakoy

    the Turkish people love their breads and there are many bakeries that serve many varieties mostly of the sweet kind. This one is located in Ortakoy.

    Related to:
    • Food and Dining
    • Historical Travel
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Breakfast traditionally...

    by Pamela_Peace Written Sep 2, 2002

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    Breakfast traditionally consists of bread, cheese, fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and olives. Be sure and try the wonderful cherry juice, too.

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    The Bounty of Turkey. Fruits...

    by catdockev Written Aug 24, 2002

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    The Bounty of Turkey. Fruits nuts and Raki are part of every meal. Turks like to feed each other. Odd at first, but very roamntic!

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