What To Do With Lavash Bread – Our Latest Indulgence From Our Local Bakery

Back in February 2013, we wrote a blog post about the treats of our local bakery. Our local bakery has changed hands many times – it’s difficult for them to make enough money – but the recent owners are hanging on in there. We always try to support our local businesses anyway, but our bakery […]

Turkish Food Focus – Treats Of The Local Bakery

Most people who visit Turkey fall in love with Turkish bread right from that very first moment when it passes their lips. When fresh, the standard Turkish loaf should be crisp on the outside and soft and light in the centre. Upon sitting down to a meal, the diner insists to themselves, “Only a couple […]

Turkish Food: Konya Etli Ekmek

Since starting this blog, we’ve noticed a bit of a theme to our daily life. We’re always meaning to go somewhere or do something, and on a lot of occasions, we never actually get round to doing it. This theme has been creeping into a lot of posts too, so recently we decided to kick […]

Turkish Ramazan Bread

Turkish bread is nothing short of paradise to your taste buds! Whenever friends come to see us, one of the first things they want to do is go to the nearest little market or bakery and get some fresh bread. It’s just so warm, crusty on the outside, hollow-sounding, soft-centred, light…the perfect bread. We’re not […]

Turkish Food – Bazlama Bread

Bazlama – otherwise known as ‘village bread’ – is a type of Turkish bread that we have developed a huge fondness for of late. As you can see in the photo, Bazlama is a large, round, flat bread and it’s our weekend treat. If you’re familiar with the gözleme stands at Turkish markets, you may have […]