Afiyet Olsun Istanbul - Turkish Cooking Lesson 2015
Traditional Turkish Cooking Workshop with 35 Guest from European Union Delegation - June 2015
Afiyet olsun! Eating in İstanbul
Meals enjoyed in the City of the World's Desire, June 2007.
Turkish Cooking Class In Istanbul
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Cooking Class in Istanbul, Turkey
Cooking Class in Istanbul
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Cooking workshop is a good opportunity to spend time unforgettable and to learn how to cook dishes of the Turkish cuisine. In lovely and friendly atmosphere you will learn the secrets of cooking the most delicious and tasty Turkish dishes.
Turkish Cooking Class Istanbul
Learning about eating habits, traditions and cuisine of a culture is an important element of travel.
For this reason, we modified a city walk of the Rick Steves Istanbul tour and incorporated a culinary experience within. The city tour is conducted with food tasting now. So, our travelers joining this tour are getting a great exposure to different kinds of local food they would not have tasted on own in a restaurant.
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Turkish cuisine is renowned as one of the best in the world, and every time you eat you'll hear a kind local wishing you Afiyet Olsun, which literally means may it be good for you!
ISTANBUL TURKİSH COOKING CLASSES COOKISTAN
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Our home is only one station far from Taksim Square by Subway.
Our neighborhood Kurtulus (ancient name Tatavla) is one of the few that preserved its original social- ethnic composition since the 17 th century Ottoman period where Armenians, Jews, other Christians and Muslims are still living in peace together.
We start our day with a relaxing walk and shop our way through stopping at this little authentic shops run since generations.
On Saturdays we have the chance to shop at one of the 3 organic Bazaars of Istanbul.
...Time for a `çay`?
Let`s go home and drink our çay while we get to know each other in a cozy environment.
Then it's time to get to work...
Put on your aprons and let`s learn how to prepare 6 different dishes that we chose for you from Turkish Cuisine.
We cook in English, German and Italian...which do you prefer?
Curious to learn about Turkey?
Let`s chat about Turkish customs, traditions, perception of life of our people while we cook our way through. We are happy to share 25 years of Guiding experiences and 7 years of cooking experience with you.
Now it`s lunch time and strange noises from your stomachs echo in the kitchen.
Let`s set our `cilingir sofrasi` (???) together and share our meal along with a glass of Raki. Not to forget that drinking Raki has it`s own culture in itself that we will share with you. -raki illustrasyonu-
We seal our day with a delicious Turkish coffee and `Yolluk` (???)
We look forward to meet you!
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Walking down Istiklal St. in Istanbul, sampling food. With narration
Home Made Baklava Workshop ( Class ) in Istanbul
Home Made Baklava Workshop Lesson in Istanbul
Experience infamous Turkish hospitality directly from the heart of an authentic Turkish home in Istanbul . Spend a day learning to make traditional Baklava in a warm, loving environment. The steps will be explained and translated by a guide who will accompany you during your learning, and will be demonstrated with love and care by knowledgeable housewives. Despite the workshop being flexible with timings, we usually start at 10:00 or 10 : 30 am.
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Garden Kitchen - Cooking Class in Kusadasi, Turkey
- Cooking Class in Kusadasi
Pastane Usûlü Açma Poğaça - Turkish Kitchen Pastry
1 su bardağı ılık su
1 su bardağı ılık süt
Yarım bardak şeker
İki çorba kaşığı kuru maya veya yarım paket yaş maya
Bir bardak sıvı yağ
1 tatlı kaşığı tuz
5_6 bardak un
1 Yumurta sarısı
2 çorba kaşığı sıvı yağ
1 tatlı kaşığı şeker
Süt şeker su ve mayayı derin bir kaba alıp 5 dk çözülmesini bekleyin. Sıvı yağı tuzu ekleyip unu azar azar ilave edin. Ele yapışmayan yumuşak bir hamur haline getirin. 1 saat mayalandirin. Mayalandiktan sonra mandalina büyüklüğünde bezeler koparın. Uzun şeritler haline getirip ikiye katlayın ve birbirine dolayın.simit şekli verip iki ucu birleştirin. Tüm işlem tamamlanınca tepside yarım saat daha mayalandirin. Uzerine yumurta sarisi ve siviyag karışımını sürün . Corek otu serpin .Önceden ısıtılmış 200 derece fırında alt üst kızlarıncaya kadar ( yarım saat) pişirin.
CM Visits Culinary School In Istanbul
Chief Minister Mian Shehbaz Sharif visited Culinary School and Hotel Management Institute in Istanbul. The culinary school visit will add a new aspect to technical and vocational training institutes in Punjab. #ShehbazInIstanbul
Where To Eat Cheap & Good in Istanbul | Food Tour
Where To Eat Cheap & Good in Istanbul | Food Tour
Rates: 1€ = 6.3 Liras, 1$ = 5.7 Liras
When we travel to a different country we would love to try those new traditional dishes and Turkey is not the exception.
You don't have to ask yourself anymore what to eat in Istanbul because with our video you will have many options to choose from.
In this Istanbul food tour around Sultanahmet, Taksim and even Kadıköy you will discover some of our favorite Istanbul restaurants with authentic Turkish food.
We also share the locations of each one of them in case you would also like to check them out and eat as a local!
LOCATION OF EVERY RESTAURANT SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO:
3.Sultanahmet Köftecisi - Selim Usta:
4. Hocapaşa Pidecisi
5. Sayka Mantı
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Dinner Party in Istanbul
What to do on a Friday night in Istanbul. If you ever let strange food stop you from traveling just see my guide to cooking in a strange country.
Enjoying Delicious Istanbul! We wandered around this beautiful city in November 2011 and tried all the different food the city has to offer!
Dinner at 'The Han' Istanbul
Filmed while on holiday in Turkey.
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We Tried Turkish Street Food in Istanbul
Trying Turkish food in Istanbul. We have just arrived in Turkey and you know how much we love finding local food, so we are heading out in Istanbul to try out some of the local Turkey food.
On our way to breakfast we had to grab a walking snack called Simet before finding Van Kahvalti to have a traditional Turkish breakfast plus menemen and free flowing Turkish tea. We were lucky enough to try a winter based drink called Salep aka warm Christmas soup.
The coffee machine was broken so we headed to Konotrop for some hipster Australian coffee and hipster Turkish coffee before having the craziest ice cream experience in our life!
After the break we head to Sutlac Nizam Pide to try what we thought was Turkish Pizza (Pide) at least we managed to have a taste of Ayran...not sure if we regret it haha!
From there we head to the Bosphorus to try Balik Ekmek and pickle juice...I have no idea where we found the room to try Borek on the way to the spice market...but not before trying some more coffee.
To end it all we went to Gullouglu to have some Baklava!
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