For several years I observe the phenomenon of food-blogs. Many passionate people write about cooking, baking and especially about enjoying food. They tell us stories about markets, they review books and restaurants, report from events and hotels. We get wonderful reports with inviting, professional photos. It’s amazing and beautiful! A delight! Their inspiring new ideas are just stunning, these people are so creative. They collect the best ingredients from around the world in their kitchens, they order the finest fruits and qualitatively best ingredients: Oranges from Spain, truffles from Italy, chocolate from France and baking ingredients from the mill. The titles for their dishes are more detailed than usual and sound as beautiful as a poem. You can feel the passion and dedication to the world of food and you are hooked and read their reports. They change the culinary scene with their articles. The chefs are amazed what this hobby chefs and gourmets are able to create and serve.
The best thing about these food-blog-phenomenon is that they look out of the box. That they open their heart for the world of different cuisines and ingredients and they combine fearless and bring the whole world into their kitchens. Thank you so much!
The inspiration for the dish today comes from India, the pomegranates from Turkey, the grapes from Italy, the tomatoes from Spain and the cucumbers from Germany and because I have created it, I give the salad an additional Turkish name. The world in my-our kitchen, according to the motto: We cook, we bake, we enjoy and we write about our wonderful and colourful world and share it with YOU!
I wish you a healthy and delicious year 2015! Enjoy it! Afiyet olsun!