Dating back to the Ottoman Empire, Turkish Delight is a candy of fragrant cubes of jelly with a gummy inside and a sugary powder outside.

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A small Aegean island off the western coast of Turkey, known for its vineyards and sandy beaches.

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A homemade fermented and dried soup mix prepared in the summer and enjoyed throughout all year long.

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Macun, a traditional Ottoman Turkish candy made of sweet, colorful taffy flavors swirled around a stick.

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A traveler’s guide to the ancient city of Antep (Turkey) and its most delicious, historical and must-see destinations.

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The city where foodies taste the best food, historians trace ancient civilizations and artists watch craftsmen at work.

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The perfect beer and food pairing in Istanbul.

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A traditional Turkish sweet dating back to the 15th century.

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For a popular turkish staple, head to Süleymaniye Mosque to find the best tomato-based white bean stew in the city.

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A traditional dish from Crimea that was brought to Turkey during the Crimean Tatar Diaspora into the Ottoman Empire.

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