Sauteed Brussels Sprouts With Chestnuts & Sucuk – How We Learned To Love Our Seasonal Nemesis

As you're no doubt aware (if you read this blog a lot) we're all for promoting our local Fethiye markets, particularly the Fethiye Friday market. The Friday market, in contrast to the Tuesday Market, is more of a villagers' market that sells seasonal produce - and you're never quite sure what's … [Read more...]

Winter Seasonal Food In Fethiye

If there's one thing we don't like doing, it's wishing our lives away; looking forward to events while forgetting to enjoy the present. In the UK these days, people don't have any choice but to look forward. No sooner have they come back from their summer holidays than the supermarkets empty their … [Read more...]

Seasonal Food in Turkey – Çağla

Spring has been slowly appearing on Fethiye and Çalış market in the form of seasonal fruit and veg but this week's Tuesday market in Fethiye was just a joy. Most of the springtime produce was in evidence and in abundance. We loved it because a new season has started and it was visible. So, what … [Read more...]

Homemade Muesli Recipe – It’s Fuel For The Whole Day

Whenever we're shopping at Fethiye market or at the Sunday market in Çalış, we're usually shopping for good, fresh produce - whatever appeals to us on the day - as well as the staples like potatoes and onions. Other times, we'll top up our dairy goods and olive selection. And then, once every so … [Read more...]

Seasonal Food in Turkey – Ceviz (Walnuts)

Strictly speaking, ceviz (walnuts) are not seasonal food in Turkey because you can buy them throughout the year but there are more of them about at this time of year. Maybe they're in season in Turkey at the moment and then they come from abroad at other times of the year? We're not sure. I took … [Read more...]

Seasonal Food in Turkey – Chestnuts

We're well and truly into the festive spirit now. Even been out and bought a decoration for the front door today but no tree or decorations are going up until I've Christmas cleaned the house - it's tradition. At this rate, it's going to be Christmas Eve before anything gets done cos we're too busy … [Read more...]