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Anatolia

February 1, 2011

Posted by Kanga.

We ventured across the Bosphorus to the Asian continent today.

hillside apartment buildings

Food vending carts are common all over Istanbul wherever pedestrians are present. This one has sesame seed covered bread rings. Roasted chestnuts are also common.

vendor's cart

sunset over the water

DaddyBird gave in and got his dirty shoes shined.

man shining another man's shoes

The other day I asked DaddyBird if we’ve ever had bad lentil soup. The answer is still “no.”

bowl of lentil soup

DaddyBird tried the cig kofte (chee coff tay) which is raw meat mixed with bulgar and spices.

meat, lettuce and bread

The view out the window of our restaurant.

mosque

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2 comments

  1. think you should rename the blog ‘eating on the travel channel’…YUMMY-well, cept the raw meat part.


  2. and love the giant alarm clock thingy!



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