Weekly Photo Challenge: Dinnertime (I)

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Friday 15 April, 2016 by Uncle Spike

My first Weekly Photo Challenge image for the theme “Dinnertime” is a bowl of yummy traditionally prepared Turkish spinach. If you want to know more, click here or follow this link (http://wp.me/p3EwFG-3mt) for a step-by-step guide I posted earlier on my blog. I’m feeling hungry typing this right now, even though it’s almost midnight.

Hope you enjoy this entry – from our fruit farm here in southwest Türkiye.

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  5. colonialist says:

    I like spinach. Is there something about Turkish which makes it different from the sort I’m likely to have had here at the bottom part of Africa?

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  6. dayphoto says:

    Yummy Yummy! I’ve made it and it IS good!

    Linda

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