These Turkish Delights Are Little Mouthfuls of Heaven!
Turkish Delight (Makes 12 Servings) Ingredients • 1 ½ cups water • 3 cups granulated sugar • 3 tablespoons light corn syrup • ½ cup orange juice • 3 tablespoons orange zest • 3 envelopes unflavored gelatin • ¾ cup cornstarch • ½ cup cold water • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract • ¾ cup chopped pistachio
Photos from the Heart of the Turkish Conflict!
Out of this chaos come the small stories - a dog who got hit with tear gas, the anger in people's eyes and the violence that seems to be the only common language between them and the Turkish police. Photos from the Heart of the Turkish Conflict!
Try This Special Turkish Ice Cream That Will Never Melt
Here’s a Unique Turkish Ice Cream That Doesn’t Melt dessert, food and drinks, foodscapes, ice cream, creamy, delicious dessert, delightful, tasty and healthy, foodies, Turkish delight Here's a look at a unique and tasty Turkish ice-cream that simply refuses to melt.
Can You Ace Our Foreign Words Test?
Turkish: Good bye! Italian: Until we meet again! German: Good morning! What does this word mean, and in what language? Spanish: Thank You Portuguese: Thank You Turkish: I owe you Polish: I owe you What does this word mean, and in what language?
The Artistic Cakes of Tuba Geckil Are Truly Mind-Blowing!
One Turkish chef has grasped the concept very well and has dedicated her life to the creation of artistic and realistic cakes. From household items to classic paintings, Tuba Geckil creates sugary delights that will bewitch the eyes, confuse the brain, but leave the stomach ever so pleased!
These Tiny Works of Art Can Fit On Your Thumb!
These incredibly tiny paintings are the work of Turkish artist Hasan Kale, who enjoys creating miniscule paintings, usually onto tiny bits of food. His works are so detailed and small they actually require magnification to see them clearly. I still can't believe these are real.
From a Simple Drawing Emerges an Artwork of Sublime Beauty
Turkish artist Tuvaldeki Sanat is quite a talented man. When you watch this video, have patience because, it’s hard to fathom how he turns what seems to be a simple drawing into a final masterpiece.
Painting on Butterfly Wings - Beautiful!
Hassan Kala is an incredibly Turkish artist who, since 1980, has been making great art on tiny objects, among those are butterfly wings, sea shells, coffee grains and others. Every painting requires a total dedication and patience for the arduous process.
20 Reasons You Can't Say No to Visiting Turkey!
Turkish towns are quaint and utterly charming Some towns in Turkey are so picturesque - such as the town of Safranbolu, which typically has pretty houses with red-tiled roofs dating back to the Ottoman era, lined along the peaceful cobble-stoned streets.
Experience the Beauty of Nepal in This Breathtaking Video
This video, created by filmmaker and travel enthusiast Devin Graham, and hosted by Turkish Airlines, shows you how much beauty exists in this magical place.
Fascinating! Did You Know You Could Paint on WATER?
After swirling paint on a water surface and creating mesmerizing shapes and designs directly on the water, the Turkish artist transports the colorful designs onto paper with incredible ease and care! Watch the artist create several paintings in his studio in Istanbul right in front of the camera.
You Won't Believe What This Guy Does with a Potter's Wheel
The video is called Dance on the Circle, and it is set to beautiful Turkish background music . Enjoy the show.
You're Banned! 10 Places No One Can Ever Visit!
Buffer Zone, Cyprus Turkish troops invaded Cyprus in 1974, sparking a civil war between the Turkish and Greek inhabitants. When the fighting ended in a ceasefire, the United Nations took control of a no-man’s land “buffer zone” in the country’s capital, Nicosia.
Upgrade Me Please: Airplane Food in Coach vs. First Class
Turkish Airlines 5. All Nippon Airways 6. Lufthansa [related_articles] 7. Emirates 8. EVA Air 9. Asiana Airlines 10. Virgin Atlantic 11. Qantas Upgrade Me Please: Airplane Food in Coach vs.
The Most Amazing Super Yacht!
That sense of peace is accompanied by a pampering spa which includes a beauty parlor, a massage room, a sauna, a Turkish bath house and a fully equipped gym. Within the yacht, there are 6 big suites which can accommodate 12 people.
You've Never Seen Flags Like This!
Turkey Made from Lokum, or Turkish Delights. United Kingdom Made from a scone, cream and jams. United States Made from hot dogs, ketchup and mustard. Vietnam Made from rambutan, lychee and star fruit. Submitted by user: Amanda F. You've Never Seen Flags Like This!
Step Inside Some of the World's Most Stunning Mosques
It is designed in the classic Ottoman style and was part-funded by the Turkish government. The mosque is adorned with Turkish marble making it a site worth visiting.
This Amazing Superyacht Design is Fit For a Bond Villain
It was designed by Timur Bozca, a Turkish designer who calls himself the “limitless vehicle designer”. Click on images to enlarge The yacht’s shape was inspired by the shape of an arrow, complete with triangular windows of various size to flood the interior with light.
Test Yourself: Do You Know All These Cat and Dog Breeds?
Turkish Van Tonkinese Avicii Turkish Angora What breed of dog are you seeing in the picture? Border collie Aidi Schnauzer Akita What cat breed do you see in the picture? Manx British American Bombay What breed of dog are you seeing in the picture?
When It Comes to Creativity, These Restaurants Go Too Far!
You need to think outside the box to attract more customers than that Turkish Kebab shop down the road with questionable sanitary conditions. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to serve your customers cocktails in an umbrella.
This $100 Million Home is Straight Out of The Great Gatsby!
As for those who'd rather be pampered, the Turkish baths, spa treatment rooms, saunas, steam rooms and the hair salon will not disappoint. The premises is surrounded with Japanese and English gardens. There's also a private pier big enough to dock a 200-foot-long yacht.
Get Lost in the World's Most Magical Marketplaces!
Many of the shops and stalls are grouped by theme, and you can find practically anything here, including herbs and spices, carpets, traditional Turkish clothing, inlaid weapons, intricately carved wooden furniture, and even unique Turkish musical instruments. 5.
There are So Many Ways to Say 'I Love You'!
Pronunciation: "Eh-u tay ahmoh" Language: Romanian Pronunciation: "Tay yoobehsk" Language: Russian Pronunciation: "Yah loobleeyoo tehbeeyah" Language: Scottish Gaelic Pronunciation: "Hah ga-uhl ahkuhm oorst" Language: Spanish Pronunciation: "Tay ahmoh" Language: Swahili Pronuncation: "Nahkoopehndah" Language: Turkish
These Photos Reveal the Clothes of 100 Years Past...
[related_articles] Left : A Turkish man (1912). Right : A Gypsy family (1910). Left : A Hindu boy from India (1911). Right : A Romanian shepherd (1906). A girl from Sweden's Dalama province, circa 1910.