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SULTANAHMET DEBUT IN EUROPE…

ISTANBUL’S CENTURY OLD FLAVOURS MADE ITS FIRST OPENING IN EUROPE, KICKING OFF WITH MANCHESTER MAYOR, TONY LLOYD ALSO ATTENDED THE GRAND OPENING The historic Sultanahmet Koftecisi, specializing in distributing century old meatball recipes, added a new chapter to it’s 96 year old history after its first European grand opening in ...

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Agriculture and food in Turkey

Home to the headwaters of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, Turkey’s agricultural sector today is echoing the prosperity of ancient Mesopotamia. With its favorable geographical conditions and climate, large arable lands, and abundant water supplies, Turkey is considered to be one of the leading countries in the world in the ...

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Yayla brought Quinoa to Turkey

A species of the goosefoot genus family, a grain crop grown primarily for its edible seeds, quinoa is now becoming popular in Turkey, as well. The food and Agriculture Organization, FAO, declared 2013 to be the international year of quinoa. The grain originated in the Andean region of Peru, Bolivia, ...

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