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    (Original post by Akkuz)
    Way too hot. Revising outdoors has never really worked for me.

    What's a gokusagi?
    im so jealous

    :O its a turkish ice lolly
    the best one!


    (Original post by y.yousef)
    Then why talk posh then? :rolleyes:


    Okay, so what would you advice me to get, if i ever go to a turkish restaurant?
    Mainmeals only btw..
    and something spicy.
    i always prefer getting lots of miniatures when i got to turkish restaurants cos i can never decide what i like...
    do you live in/near london? there's a great one in covent garden!
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    (Original post by minniiee)
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    i always prefer getting lots of miniatures when i got to turkish restaurants cos i can never decide what i like...
    do you live in/near london? there's a great one in covent garden!
    No I live in the norf :awesome:

    oo whats' miniaturess?
    Give picture?
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    (Original post by y.yousef)
    Then why talk posh then? :rolleyes:


    Okay, so what would you advice me to get, if i ever go to a turkish restaurant?
    Mainmeals only btw..
    and something spicy.
    in my opinion, u can get spicy kebap, which is really delicious.. if u go to Turkey, then ask for spicy 'adana kebap', u wudnt regret it
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    (Original post by aeyurttaser13)
    in my opinion, u can get spicy kebap, which is really delicious.. if u go to Turkey, then ask for spicy 'adana kebap', u wudnt regret it
    Okay babe, i'm all about spicy

    Give me a picture as well!!!
    i wanna know how it looks like...

    plus is it JUSt kebab..cos thats kinda boring for a main meal..i'm gonna get bored.
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    :O its a turkish ice lolly
    the best one!
    Never heard of it :holmes:
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    (Original post by y.yousef)
    No I live in the norf :awesome:

    oo whats' miniaturess?
    Give picture?
    mimiatures?
    i just meant like a collections of mini sized main dishes instead of just one main dish...
    so for example
    fasulye
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    Borek (there are loads of different types so i wont put a picture)
    stuffed aubergines (thats obvious so no photo required)
    a type of liver or kidney dish
    the typical kebap/kofte dishes
    kisir
    dolma
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    fish dishes
    vegetable dishes
    marinated meats
    sucuk
    lahmacun
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    im missing out soo manyt hings...



    (Original post by Akkuz)
    Never heard of it :holmes:
    :O this is a disaster!
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    lahmacun
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    im missing out soo manyt hings...
    You haven't missed anything. Lamachun is the only thing needed :sogood:
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    (Original post by Akkuz)
    You haven't missed anything. Lamachun is the only thing needed :sogood:
    hahaha
    it's good but i did miss out things

    like gozleme! how did i forget gozleme! the shame...
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    I'm not gonna lie.
    But all of em look mingin.
    But maybe they taste nice.

    (Original post by minniiee)
    mimiatures?
    i just meant like a collections of mini sized main dishes instead of just one main dish...
    so for example
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    Wahs that green thing?


    the typical kebap/kofte dishes
    kisir
    That looks like raw keema.

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    Ooh whats the filling for that?
    fish dishes
    vegetable dishes
    marinated meats
    sucuk
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    im missing out soo manyt hings...
    !
    Hmm yeah i've heard of lahmacun before.
    So you use that to have with the vegatable dishes, i'm assuming?
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    (Original post by y.yousef)
    I'm not gonna lie.
    But all of em look mingin.
    But maybe they taste nice.



    Wahs that green thing?
    beans in tomato sauce



    (Original post by y.yousef)
    That looks like raw keema.
    its cracked bulgur wheat with salad veg

    (Original post by y.yousef)
    Ooh whats the filling for that?
    depends usually a combination of minced meat and rice

    (Original post by y.yousef)
    Hmm yeah i've heard of lahmacun before.
    So you use that to have with the vegatable dishes, i'm assuming?
    you have what with veg dishes?
    sorry long day...
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    beans in tomato sauce

    its cracked bulgur wheat with salad veg

    depends usually a combination of minced meat and rice

    you have what with veg dishes?
    sorry long day...
    Ooh right. You have the lahmacun with the veg dishes.

    Aww haha now worries, wassup?
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    im not turkish, im iranian BUT i can get a train to turkey whenever i go so i should be able to join this thread ;p
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    (Original post by asaaal)
    im not turkish, im iranian BUT i can get a train to turkey whenever i go so i should be able to join this thread ;p
    Dawood?
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    (Original post by y.yousef)
    Ooh right. You have the lahmacun with the veg dishes.

    Aww haha now worries, wassup?
    no you eat lahmacun with a little bit of salad bits

    oh just hard day at work
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    no you eat lahmacun with a little bit of salad bits

    oh just hard day at work
    But isn't lahmacun just bread

    You should get early night sleep.
    I've got a banging headache, cos of the drastic temperature change outside. It's really sunny here, although i'm not complaining. I absolutely love it But have to always wear tons of sun cream before hand.
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    Is there traditional clothing Turkish people wear?


    I'll rather just stick to considering myself as an Italian. I fail at being a Turk
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    (Original post by y.yousef)
    But isn't lahmacun just bread

    You should get early night sleep.
    I've got a banging headache, cos of the drastic temperature change outside. It's really sunny here, although i'm not complaining. I absolutely love it But have to always wear tons of sun cream before hand.
    no its bread with a mince meaty type topping

    (Original post by y.yousef)
    Is there traditional clothing Turkish people wear?


    I'll rather just stick to considering myself as an Italian. I fail at being a Turk
    not anymore as far as im aware
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      (Original post by y.yousef)
      Is there traditional clothing Turkish people wear?
      In my mother's village, they used to wear 'traditional' Turkish attire before the vast majority of them migrated to Istanbul and adopted the what's typical there.

      I scoured the internet for a good picture, but this was the best I could find:

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      It has a lot of 'coins', basically.

      Since the mass migration from Anatolian villages to Istanbul, Turkish women begun to dress like this:

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      Which I think is a shame really, as I'm a conservative when it comes to our culture and tradition. :sad:

      (Original post by y.yousef)
      Then why talk posh then? :rolleyes:
      I don't, at all. :hmmmm2:
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      (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
      In my mother's village, they used to wear 'traditional' Turkish attire before the vast majority of them migrated to Istanbul and adopted the what's typical there.

      I scoured the internet for a good picture, but this was the best I could find:

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      It has a lot of 'coins', basically.

      Since the mass migration from Anatolian villages to Istanbul, Turkish women begun to dress like this:

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      Which I think is a shame really, as I'm a conservative when it comes to our culture and tradition. :sad:



      I don't, at all. :hmmmm2:
      i thought the coined outfits were for weddings/special events only?

      i guess we could call those funny trousers traditional... salvar? savlar? the ones that are in fashion here atm and everyone is calling harreem pants...
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