Antioche is toeing the blurry wine-line between tradition and innovation on some pretty historical grounds that did just the same.
From the Chinese soup dumpling to the Italian ravioli, any culture worth its salt has a dumpling dish of sorts. In Turkey, we have mantı.* Mantı is made from a simple dough, rolled into a thin sheet. The sheet is cut into small(ish) squares and, traditionally, a small amount of a ground lamb mixture is … Continue reading Mantı
Exposing the wonderfully weird imperfections that make Istanbul great.
Ottoman Istanbul, as it does today, had a street vendor for every occasion from a humble serving off water to some of the most elaborate candy.