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2014.06.28

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Ana

Sounds amazing! And totally completely different to the abominable drunken night street food that (dis)'graces' every UK town.

Chris Galvin

I have to agree with your opening paragraph, but it sounds like you've found the perfect exception to the rule. The twice-cooked doner with its red bits, crusty bits and medium bits sounds like heaven. And I'm drooling over that plate of skewered pide.

cooking.eating.carousing.

Such beautiful writing as always, Robin. I don't think we have kebabs in Indonesia, but your description of this particular type of kebab makes me want to try it.

Lindsay

These look delicious!

Michael

Have to admit that it does not look so much more appetising than the standard doner

Maria

This looks fantastic, Turkish food is delicious. I tend to prefer Adana Kebab to döner but this does look mighty impressive!

QS

Combining yogurt and ezme is indeed an abomination, but I applaud you nevertheless for traveling the Anatolian hinterlands!

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