I am a long term resident in Turkey based in Istanbul with occasional forays to Assos. The village is an ancient village overlooking the’ Aegean, where we are lucky enough to have a stone house.
Amazingly, my Turkish experience adds up to more than thirty-five years. Thus I feel I was in a unique position to explain the ins and outs of Turkish cuisine to other expats. This based on my actual experiences.
This is what I happily did for over five years.
The blog turned out to be marvellous in many ways: what I had never imagined was that it was possible to build up ‘blogging’ friendships from all over the world.
This is how I met Lulu, a friend of a friend living in the south of Turkey. To cut a long story short, I am utterly delighted to be handing over the blog into the very capable hands of Lulu and her partner Henrik, who happens to be a technological whiz.
What with Lulu’s fabulous photography and engaging writing style combined with Henrik’s computer expertise? I am quite sure the blog will enjoy a rapid renaissance which makes me very happy.
My new hobby – photography
As for me, the blog contributed directly to the development of my interest in photography. First, it was food photography but since then I have moved on in leaps and bounds.
From the culinary to the photographic, that’s me!
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Turkey is a wonderful country with a lot to offer both culinary as well as historical and archaeological.I hope you enjoy my blog and try some of the recipes!
All I can say at this point is: