Preparing traditional Turkish dumplings : Manti

I wrote before about traditional Turkish cuisine, and I’ve share with you which ones are my favorite here. But today I have to make a special post just about Manti, the most famous dumpling from Turkish cuisine. Manti dumplings typically consist of a spiced meat mixture, usually lamb or ground beef in a dough wrapper, … Continue Reading

Discovering The Amazing Turkish Culinary Culture

Turkey has a very rich culture, involving religion, family, history and food. They are joyful people and like to celebrate everything. And how can you celebrate better than with a big meal. So there are a lot of things we can say about Turkish food. The most important is the taste, and trust me when … Continue Reading

My first day in Kayseri, Turkey

Since I’ve already wrote about how I arrive to Turkey here, this post is about my first day at IYACA NGO office and how I’ve got my perceptions straight about Kayseri social customs and lifestyle. I was looking forward to this day, because this was the first day as a volunteer for a NGO. And … Continue Reading

Welcome to Ramadan festival in Kayseri, Turkey

Yesterday me and Miriam, along with the other volunteers from IYACA, were at “Welcome to Ramadan” festival (ŞEHR-İ RAMAZAN), which was held in the Mimar Sinan Park. The park was named after Koca Mi’mâr Sinân Âğâ, who was the chief Ottoman architect and civil engineer for sultans Suleiman the Magnificent, Selim II, and Murad III.