Cookbook Review and Giveaway: Eat Istanbul, A Journey to Heart of Turkish Cuisine

Eat Istanbul (2 of 3)

As we move along on my cross country culinary cookbook journey leaving gorgeous Thailand behind with all it’s spice and vibrancy we head to another country with equally exciting flavours to discover. Eat Istanbul takes us on a journey through a fusion of middle eastern, mediterranean, asian and balkan influences that make up the heart of Turkish cuisine. Kebabs, pilafs and salads are plentiful throughout this book but authors Andy Harris and photographer David Loftus also show us dishes of elegance, using fresh, high quality ingredients.

Eat Istanbul (3 of 3)

Typically not spicy, Turkish food relies on the burst of freshness from zesty spices and warming spices to tantalize your palate and expand your view of this ancient cuisine.With over 90 recipes, Eat Istanbul helps you discover the ease of making the classics and while introducing you to many more delights.

Thanks to the amazing people over at Raincoast Books I’m giving away a copy of this beautiful book.  Head over to my facebook page The Tasty Gardener and like or comment on the giveaway post.

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*I would like to point out that I received a copy of this book free from the fabulous people over at Raincoast(Thank you, thank you) however all opinions and photography are solely my own.

Contest details:

Contest is open to Canada residents who have reached the legal age of at the time of the contest in the province and territory in which they reside. Void in Quebec.

Winner must answer a skill-testing question.

No purchase necessary.

Winner will be chosen by random using Random Name Picker. (MiniWebTools)

Contest will run for one week starting 12:01am November 09th and ends Saturday, November 14nd at 11:59pm.

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Comments

  1. Michelle Austin says:
    Love cookbooks featuring yummy fresh ingredients. Tahini and tabouli, falafel and other veggie dishes. Perfect.

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