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There are many different kinds of foods such as: lamb chops, Turkish kebabs, yayla çorba (plataue soup), köfte (turkish meatballs), döner (slices of meat in a sandwich), pilav (rice), shish (grilled meat or chicken), and many many more.
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Turks eat most poultry and typically eat sheep/lamb as the dominant red meat. There is some consumption of beef and goat. Although since most Turks are Muslims, pork is often …not served. As concerns seafood, Turks have an incredibly varied diet, feasting on mollusks, shellfish, proper fish, and other sea creatures.
Turkish people eats black olives, feta cheese, eggs, sliced tomatoes and bread..
Turkish people are mostly Muslim so There is no Christmas for them. Turkish people celebrate new year but it's not so much important thing that having something speacial for C…hristmas in dinner.
In the best restaurant in Turkey, of course! If you wanted to know a different answer - maybe for the town or city you are in - then it would have been a very good idea to g…ive the name of that place! For example, if you were in New York, you might get a much more useful answer than this one if you ask: "Where can you eat the best Turkish food in New York?" Enginar was an amazing restaurant in NJ but its closed and i haven't been able to find a similar taste anywhere else i just wish i knew where that chef went to. The chef is gone to 302 ridge road lyndhurst Valley grill.I hope you enjoy your next meal "itsbenny87" tel:201 438 0080 and his name is Izzet.
Many Turkish people are farmers.
Thanksgiving is not a Turkish Holiday. Thanksgiving is primarily celebrated in the United States and Canada. They would eat what they normally do on any other day.
mainly normal food but a traditional food is usually blown up bread and special holiday fiesta food.
Same things as us!
Just like in other countries, the people vote. So I think it is a democratic country.
Sure they don't!Turkish people don't eat insect,bug,maggot etc.It's not about they're Muslim etc. (also all of them are not Muslim) It's about "eating maggots " is very disgus…ting for them.
No. Traditionally, Turkish are Muslims and are forbidden from eating dogs.
1. Black cabbage soup is traditional to the north east of Turkey. 2. Kumpir is another form of street food. It is simply a jacketpotato with a crisp outer skin and soft inside…, mashed up withbutter. 3. Pide is a popular dish made as thin crust of pastry is coveredwith toppings including cheese, egg, diced meat, chicken or tunaand then it is put it into a high heat stone oven. It is somewhatlike pizza. 4. Kofte is the Turkish version of meatballs. 5. Possibly the most popular Turkish food is a sweet pastry calledbaklava. There are more than 40 different types of kebabs. 6. Mezes are appetizers, traditionally eaten before a meal or ontheir own as a snack. 7. Gozleme is a popular street food sold at local markets.Traditionally considered the working man's food. 8. Menemen is made of peppers, onions and tomatoes are fried in apan and then eggs are scrambled into the mixture.
It depends what you meant by "Ancient Turkish people". If you are referring to the people endemic to the Anatolian peninsula, such as the Lydians, the Hittites, and numerous o…ther tribes that lived in that area there is a certain group of foods that they ate. Dominant among them were grapes, olive products, vegetables and fruits when possible, goat and sheep cheeses, wheat, barley, and chicken and lamb if they were wealthy. If you are referring to the Turks themselves, who would later conquer Anatolia in the Middle Ages and were living in Transcaucasia (Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan) during this period, the foodstuffs were quite different. There was a much heavier stress on dairy and meat, such as koumis (fermented milk). However, there were several grains such as wheat, barley, and rice. Fruits were almost non-present and vegetables were exceedingly rare.