PHOTO: Women Seated in the Front Window of This Turkish Restaurant in Istanbul Make Fresh Breads September 13, 2021February 4, 2014 by Barbara Weibel SharePinTweetFlip
11 thoughts on “PHOTO: Women Seated in the Front Window of This Turkish Restaurant in Istanbul Make Fresh Breads”
Great photos – really exited about going to Istanbul this september!
Hi Freyja: I am so excited for you that you are headed for Istanbul. It’s a fabulous city. I stayed 17 days and STILL didn’t see everything. Have a wonderful trip.
Istanbul, really fascinating destination. Art, culture, mystery, magic… thanks for sharing
Hi Mark: It was a fascinating city and culture. I spent 17 days there and still didn’t see everything.
That’s a wicked looking knife on that there table!
I find the Turkish culture so interesting. I do hope to make it there sometime myself!
Hope you do make it there Cheryl – it’s such a fascinating city.
This is a nice photo, but this phenomenon always bothered me a little bit walking through Sultanahmet. It just feels so ‘human zoo’ to me!
I actually felt a little uncomfortable taking their photo for the same reason, Stephen, but they didn’t seem to mind a bit.
I would love to try their bread! From this photo, it looks like fresh bread, made in the traditional way, is a serious matter. A deliciously serious matter. Thanks for sharing!
Hi Leah: Someone suggested that it might be gozelme. I don’t know all the Turkish names for their varieties of bread, but I do know that they’re all delicious!