Vacation to turkey makes everyone so exciting and full of joy. Turkey is a vast and exotic country in Southwest Asia. There are ample things to do in turkey like visiting the artistic museums, having Turkish bath, feeling the pleasures of the beaches, sightseeing the beauty of Tenerife, and many more. Artistic museums like St. Sophia Museum, Blue Mosque in Istanbul, and Sardis Museum etc. are worth watching and grabbing knowledge about the history of the country. Turkey is very much famous about the bath and spa facility. The Turkish bath called as Hammam is very soothing and relaxing. Many bathing and spa centers are made which provide a body massage and scrubbing which makes you feel light and active.
Your options include wafer thin crepes with the choice of a savoury (chicken, tuna, cheese, ham, mushrooms, spinach) or a sinfully sweet filling (strawberries, chocolate, kiwi or mango) with oodles of freshly whipped cream. Go for the char-grilled sausages German style: bratwurst or tangy currywurst served with mustard. If kebab s are your weakness, try the doner kebab or shwarama with flavoured yogurt dressing.
Chicken fried steak with ice cream: This grammatical conundrum of an artery-clogging dish comes to you straight from Texas. It’s a battered steak fried in bacon fat served with savoury ice-cream made with fat and scraps from the pan. Our guess is that this won’t go anywhere towards your five-a-day.
My absolute favorite place to eat at Pikes Place Market is Turkish Delight, the same name as the candy. This place serves excellent turkish restaurant, at excellent prices. You get very large portions of food here, and it is some of the best food I have tasted. You have to try their chicken bowls with tender chicken over rice, and their lentil soup. The owner is the nicest lady and she will help you if you are unsure of what to order. If you are in Seattle, whether you are on a budget or not be sure to stop by Turkish Delight.
Prices at Bosphorus seem to be a little on the higher side. Usually we had to pay about $30-35 per person (sometimes higher). We do not mind since food is great there at Bosphorus as it is service, but be prepared to pay some top dollar for this kind of turkish food.
With so many wonderful places to explore and fun things to do on the Cape, how much time do you really expect to spend in your room looking out the window? I bet you’ll be out and about a lot more than you’ll be hanging around in your room.
Now prepare the lemon-and-egg sauce by taking two eggs and beating the whites well. Make sure they are stiff. Next, gently pour the egg yolks into the whites and beat further. Then add two tablespoons of lemon juice and gradually beat it in. About one cup of the hot broth is gradually added, stirring continually to avoid curdling. Add the rest of the broth, stirring constantly, not allowing it to boil.
It is very common in Iran to have a dish near you during the meal, that will have fresh and raw herbs. The most common herbs that are used are: Basil, parsley, cilantro and dill. Food Culture of Iran will probably be something strange to you, but I strongly recommend to try them. If you are not into “spicy” tastes, you can inform them about it, but local tourist restaurants are aware of that and they provide dishes specially created for people that are not used to them.