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2011.01.01

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Teri Y

Happy New Year to you both too and here's hoping to another great year of pictures and writing! Mmmm now you've got to tell us what those pancake-like things are in the picture.

Lisa in Toronto

Thanks for the great posts and photos this past year.
Gule Gule 2010!

Stefania

Happy New Year ♥
Moltissimi Auguri
per uno splendido 2011

Arudhi@aboxofkitchen

Happy New Year, Robyn and David!! Keep rocking with Eating Asia!
p.s. I have same post title with you :D

Robyn

Teri, Those are loaves of soft, lightly spiced bread. Not sure what they're called in Turkish.

Lisa - and thanks to you for reading. Happy 2011.

Stefania, Arudhi -- thanks for being here. To a wonderful New Year.

S Lloyd

Happy new year to you too.
And wow, I am jealous: Turkey is an amazing place for everything (the food, the people, the culture).

turkey's for life

Happy (little belated!) New Year to you both. Hope you had a fabulous New Year's Eve in Istanbul. We're thinking about going up there next new year.
Julia

Preeta

Happy New Year, Robyn! I hope 2011 brings you and Dave all good things in abundance.

Food Jihadist

This is such a beautiful post, beautiful. I immediately decided that I need to spend the next holiday season in Turkey upon reading it.

Anavar

Great pictures and great post, I enjoyed reading it.

Ann

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