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The Turkish Cookbook
Turkey has made an enduring contribution to the world's cuisine with its diverse and important gastronomic history and classic--simple yet rich in flavors--recipes. Turkish cuisine is a colorful mosaic, enriched by the recipes and techniques of many ancient cultures--Phoenician, Hittite, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Persian, Chinese, and Greek--and the creativity of the cooks and the geography of the regions they lived in.
Interlink Pub Group (July, 2010)
It's similar to Sephardi cuisine Local woman co-authors 'The Turkish Cookbook'
In general, Turkish cuisine is "healthful and easy to prepare using readily accessible ingredients found in most American supermarkets or ethnic markets," the author says.
"And it is economical. For example, they will never put a roast on the table. Instead, Turkish cooks will take a pound of meat and mix it with vegetables, grain, rice or lentils, and it will feed six to eight people." read more....
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