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Lonely Planet Publications, 2000 - Cooking - 262 pages
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For the traveller, Turkey is a feast even when you're not eating; a banquet of plenty expressed in colours, smells and customs. In this unique guide to the culture of food and drink in Turkey, you'll discover that with every scoop of pilav, or swig of raki, you learn more about the essence of Turkish culture. Afiyet olsun ! *an exploration of the regional influences which make up Turkish cuisine *an intimate guide to home cooking, traditions and celebrating with food *the definitive culinary dictionary, a quick reference glossary and useful phrases for every food & drink occasion *tantalising photography & recipes.

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This pocket guide is intended for the traveller who wants to experience the culinary treasures of Turkey beyond the basic kebap and meze. While this book contains a few recipes, look elsewhere if you are seeking a Turkish cookbook. Read full review

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