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Best wishes from Istanbul for a peaceful, happy, prosperous, and delicious New Year.
16:14 in Istanbul, Turkey | Permalink
2011, food in Istanbul, Happy New Year, holidays in Turkey, Istanbul, Turkey, Turkish breads
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.
Teri Y |
2011.01.02 at 06:12
Thanks for the great posts and photos this past year.
Gule Gule 2010!
Lisa in Toronto |
2011.01.02 at 06:34
Happy New Year ♥
per uno splendido 2011
2011.01.02 at 18:32
Happy New Year, Robyn and David!! Keep rocking with Eating Asia!
p.s. I have same post title with you :D
2011.01.02 at 19:19
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.
2011.01.03 at 01:07
Happy new year to you too.
And wow, I am jealous: Turkey is an amazing place for everything (the food, the people, the culture).
S Lloyd |
2011.01.06 at 10:36
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.
turkey's for life |
2011.01.07 at 13:38
Happy New Year, Robyn! I hope 2011 brings you and Dave all good things in abundance.
2011.01.08 at 01:16
This is such a beautiful post, beautiful. I immediately decided that I need to spend the next holiday season in Turkey upon reading it.
Food Jihadist |
2011.01.13 at 03:54
Great pictures and great post, I enjoyed reading it.
2011.01.13 at 19:43
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