Wordless Wednesday- Our Breakfast in Istanbul

An array of Turkish cheeses, fresh plump tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, an assortment of olives, sucuk (lamb sausage), tomatoes grilled with Turkish cheese, fresh thick yoghurt topped with a fruit coulis. A perfect breakfast in Istanbul with my husband.

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  1. i’m soooo lusting after this delicious turkish breakfast — wow — i love istanbul, it is one of the greatest cities on Earth!

    let’s meet at the blue mosque and then go to the market for pistachios and apricots. see you there!



    ps thanks for the lovely comment on the fortune cookies.

  2. I just happened to come across your blog. I’m gripped by the sentimental autobiographic stories you’re telling for the past hour. I’m thrilled to find another blogger who loves hawker/street-style food as much as I do. I can’t wait to try out a few recipes that have caught my eye.

  3. I used to love having my brekky on the rooftop of our hotel in Sultan Ahmet overlooking the Blue Mosque on one side and the Bosphorus on the other…{aaah..dreaming again} 🙂

  4. Shayma- im loving your blog, very interesting…beautifully written. loved your breakfast in istanbul…hussain and i went to istanbul for our honeymoon….absolutely divine!!

  5. Istanbul does rock – the Green Cafe and Cisterns were terrific. I am so going back there- met marvelous people and fabulous food – loved the Bospherous tour and the Spice Market – was lucky enough to have a guided tour through the Old Souk and exchanged money -what a wonderful experience.

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