pitris & events

20.10. Turkish food tasting


We live in our residence with a lot of turkish friends. Once they invited us to tast their specialitis. It was realy wonderfull evening.

What we tasted?

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Yaprak sarmasi (left)

Wikipedia:
Sarma (Turkish: sarma, Romanian: sarmale, Arabic: yabraq or malfuf) is the name of a grape, cabbage or chard leaf roll common to European countries cuisines like the Russian, Polish, Ukrainian, and German cuisine, former Ottoman countried and Middle Eastern countries, such as Armenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and TURKEY.

Baklava (right)- very delicious turkish desert

Wikipedia:
Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry featured in many cuisines of the former Ottoman, Arab, and Iranian countries. It is a pastry made of layers of filo dough filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. In Turkey, Gaziantep is famous for its baklava and regarded there as its native city, though it only appears to have been introduced to Gaziantep from Damascus in 1871. In 2008, the Turkish patent office registered a geographical indication certificate for Antep Baklava

Together

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Then we played "silent post" - tichá pošta (cz).

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Geniune czech medicine - Becherovka

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