Enjoying Turkish Food

We were given very clear instructions from one of our friends to make sure we take photos of all the food we ate…. so here we go.  A collection of food photos.


10 thoughts on “Enjoying Turkish Food

  1. So that’s why nearly everyone in Miss Marple’s in the Dandenongs are taking photos of their food – they are tourists!! The mushroom pizza looks good to me! And I’d like to know what Jess has been eating ’cause it must have been divine!!

    • Yep! they’re tourists!

      Jess certainly thought the dessert was divine!! Most of us like it but for Jess it was the best course. It was poppy cake with sour cherry and lemon icecream on the top.

  2. Everything looks YUK!!!!!!!!!!!! except the ICE CREM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!madison

  3. You don’t know how happy this entry has made me! I have been sick as a ……. (insert whatever you like here) for 6 days! Yep – 6 days of nothing but being sick. I am just coming good now so have slowly started going through my emails and came across this! Great photos and great descriptions. I hope they continue – thank you for thinking of me. I will go through your other entries with the kids as soon as I am 100% so expect a few questions. Looks like you are having a fab time. Well, much more fun then me anyway! Keep enjoying it and talk soon.

    • sorry to hear you have been sick – hope the rest of the family are staying well. Glad you appreciated the photos – we’ve had some great food experiences since these and we’ll get them posted when we have some time. Internet is readily available but time to actually get photos all sorted is a bit trickier!!

  4. Hi Nomi, yes thank goodness the sickness did not spread and I am finally better again.
    I have just revisited this entry to show the kids. They were very interested in having to break your jar to get to your food! Most of it looked interesting enough apart from the roadhouse food but when you are on the road like you are your choices are much more limited.
    I love the photo of you with your chopsticks in Singapore – good to see that you have worked out that it is all in the tongue! The more you twist and twirl it the easier using chopsticks are!

    Ariya said she would like to try the ice cream and was worried that Daniel was going to chop his head off with that knife.”

  5. Most of that stuff looks yum! The coolest ones are the casserole in the clay pot that you have to break open, and the poofy bread, I reckon.

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