I can answer questions relating to the history of the Turkish cuisine, specific recipes for home cooking and traditional methods of preparation and serving.
I am half Turkish and have spent the last 17 years in Turkey, having operated two businesses in the food catering industry.
Regular restaurant reviewer and food writer for the Bodrum Observer newspaper
B.A. Near Eastern Studies (UC Berkeley) specializing in Turkish language and literature
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