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Turkish Culinary Art: A Journey Through Turkish Cuisine

$ 29.95

Turkish cookbook featuring over 190 tried-and-true recipes.

"Turkish Culinary Art is a rich collection of practical recipes for appetizers, soups, main dishes, pastries, desserts, drinks, and dips. The variety of dishes that make up the Turkish cuisine, the complexity of flavors and the intricate techniques used to create those flavors, the diversity amongst dishes from various geographical and cultural regions, and the way in which all of the different components of a meal come together in a feast-like fashion offers enough material for a life-long study of Turkish culinary art. Using the easy-to-follow instructions and the helpful tips in the book, all those interested eaters can easily prepare and enjoy the rich combinations of Turkish flavors in the comfort of their homes."

Recipe categories include:

  • Soups
  • Main Dishes
  • Turkic Dishes
  • Side Dishes
  • Pastries
  • Desserts
  • Extras

Includes popular recipes like Red Lentil Soup, Kebabs, Zucchini Fritters, Rice Pilaf, Hummus, Baklava, Turkish tea and many more!

Authors: Gamze B. Bulut, Nevin Gezgin & Emel Yilmaz

Published: 2014

Published by Blue Dome Press

Pages: 359

To help you find the prayer rug that's best for you, we use a rating scale for our prayer rugs. Each one is numbered between 1 (thinnest) and 10 (thickest). See the Product Description for the rating of the current rug.

1: The thinnest prayer mats we have. Generally made of nylon, and best used for traveling

2: Very thin, woven

3: Thin, woven

4: Medium thickness, woven

5: The thickest woven prayer mats we have

6: The thinnest 'plush' or pile carpets we have; these are also often described as 'velvet' rugs

7: Thin Plush

8: Medium Thickness Plush

9: Thick Plush

10: The thickest, plushest prayer rugs we've ever seen. This doesn't mean there aren't thicker prayer rugs out there, just that we've never seen them.