Tag Archives: cooking

  1. Weekly Photo Challenge: Dinnertime (I)


    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 …
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  2. Something simple from the freezer


    Sunday 21 February, 2016 by Uncle Spike

    With three freezers full of homegrown produce, it’s a pretty regular occurrence that I delve into their depths with not …
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  3. Preparing that slow goat stew


    Saturday 23 January, 2016 by Uncle Spike

    I was asked by Janey In Mersin (an Aussie expat in southern Turkey) about my method of creating that slow-cooked …
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  4. Wordless Wednesday ~ Very very slow cooked goat


    Wednesday 20 January, 2016 by Uncle Spike

  5. Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle (II)


    Saturday 02 January, 2016 by Uncle Spike

    My second Weekly Photo Challenge entry are simple 2D circles representing 3D spheres, namely, some juicy green apples. Hope you …
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  6. Drying hot peppers


    Tuesday 08 September, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    Here in Türkiye, we use a table condiment called Pul Biber on a daily basis. Basically it is red pepper …
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  7. Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle (I)


    Monday 31 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge brings you three shots of just three of a number of …
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