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2014.04.03

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Albert

Wow.

Linda Bain woods

Thank you Robyn, excellent as always

Robyn

Thanks Linda!
Albert -- my reaction exactly. :)

Ken Fletcher

One of your best, Robyn.

Utterly fascinating, if envy inducing.

Todd Lowe

On my way to vote now!

Robyn

Ken, thank you!

Very much appreciated, Todd. Cheers!

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Sara Sydnam

If you are writing a Turkish cookbook and been to Gaziantep you must have met Feliz Hosukoglu a renowned expert on Gaziantep food. If you havent I would love to put you in touch.
I lived in Gaziantep for 19 years and she was my food guru and worked with Paula Wolfert.

Robyn

Hi Sara, thanks for reading. Yes, we know Filiz, she is a lovely person. We didnt include Gaziantep in the book because it is so well covered elsewhere, esp in Aylin Oney Tan's A Taste of Sun and Fire. I look forward to returning some day.
Best wishes,
robyn

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