Ebru Şahin’s Masterpiece “Blind Love” (Şuursuz Aşk) is on Netflix!
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Ebru Şahin’s Masterpiece “Blind Love” (Şuursuz Aşk) is on Netflix!

The world-famous online entertainment platform Netflix has recently released a brand-new Turkish film: “Blind Love” (Şuursuz Aşk). The film, which is starring Ebru Şahin, İsmail Hacıoğlu, and Burcu Kara in leading roles, is a political drama. Turkish director Umut Ertek’s feature film was first released on 27 December 2019. So, now, the movie is expecting…

Attention for Food Pleasure: 23 Mouth-Watering Turkish Flavors
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Attention for Food Pleasure: 23 Mouth-Watering Turkish Flavors

Turkish flavors and Turkey may be famous for their kebabs, but the popular dish is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Turkish cuisine. Europe, as a continent, covers over 300,000 square miles. So, the European destination’s rich and diverse food is largely thanks to its landscape. Plateaus and plains of fertile…

10 Most Popular Street Foods of Turkey That You Would Regret Not to Taste
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10 Most Popular Street Foods of Turkey That You Would Regret Not to Taste

Turkey’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism has recently listed the 10 best Turkish street foods. As you all know well enough, the country has quite a rich gastronomy culture. Yet, when it comes to delicious, mouth-watering street foods, there are even more. The list offers a lot. Even though you are already familiar with some…

Everything About Turkish Tea and The Best Way to Make at Home
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Everything About Turkish Tea and The Best Way to Make at Home

The journey of tea dates back to thousands of years ago. From China to the former British Kingdom (The Kingdom where the sun never down), tea has become the main guest of traditional cuisines of many countries. So same for the Turkish cuisine. When we talk about Turkish Tea, we most generally refer to strong…

No More Turkish Bagel: Simit Enters the Oxford English Dictionary (OED)
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No More Turkish Bagel: Simit Enters the Oxford English Dictionary (OED)

The Turkish word “simit” has finally entered the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). The dictionary defined simit as a type of bread often coated with molasses and covered in sesame seeds. And so, it is originating in Turkey. Simit is widely famous as “Turkish bagels” in the world. These skinny rings of sesame-seed-covered dough are a ubiquitous sight…