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Welcome to all the new AmeriTurks joining the Turkish Portal!

You are all invited to the Turkish Kahvesi Turkish Coffee Cafe Thread.

Link: http://www.visajourn..._gopid__4625730

You can also find the link in the Pinned Section of the Europe & Eurasia (except UK and Russia) Forum.

Come introduce yourselves and hope to see you there!

Mari

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Hey Mari,,

Turkish coffies looking good i can smell it...LOL

do you know how to cook turkish coffee?

Yes I most certainly do know how to make Turc Kahvesi! And I have a cezve too! You and wife coming for a sit down? Cay or Kavehsi?

Please bring the locum, the nars, the incir and fistik! :thumbs:


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Yes I most certainly do know how to make Turc Kahvesi! And I have a cezve too! You and wife coming for a sit down? Cay or Kavehsi?

Please bring the locum, the nars, the incir and fistik! :thumbs:

hahah Mari,

you sounded really like a turkish or you become turkish ?

by the way are you filipino ?


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hahah Mari,

you sounded really like a turkish or you become turkish ?

by the way are you filipino ?

LOL you bet I'm part Turkish now through and through... AmeriTurk. My Kadir says, "my heart your heart, your heart my heart. Same - same" Therefore, I have the heart of a Turk!

Yes my parents are from PI when it was a US Territory (USC's). I was born here in the States! AmFlip and now AmFlipTurk I guess... lol

One thing my Turkish Anne says is that she believes I have actually become one because I have learned to make certain foods before them! Strangely, when I went there I could not get over how much they EAT! All the time, that's all they do! EAT EAT EAT and have a sit down and drink cay and eat MORE again!! K's parents put 10 lahmacun in front of me my first night with them and I thought that was for everyone to share. When I pushed it over to his mom next to me? His Baba pulled it right back over and said it was only for ME! LOL Then, all his siblings [sisters] are so thin, I do not know how they eat like a man! Where in the world do they put that? lol

Now back in the US after leaving Turkey, I can't eat the processed foods anymore so I learned the how to cook like them. Since I primarily cook for myself...

Guess who eats like a true TURK now? lol

Mari

PS: our file is at the us embassy now!


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Wow--awesome. I would love to learn how to cook Turkish food. I stay in the kitchen with my Turkish mom all the time. Unfortunately, I'm only there waiting for the finished product. I should pay more attention so I can replicate it at home. And you are absolutely right, the food here is so much healthier--you take that plus all of the rigorous walking that you do here in Istanbul, and you got a great diet plan!

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