Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Sundried Fish

Dried mackarel is usually a companion for Turkish Raki. It should be prepared with vinegar and some herbs, before serving. Price was under a dollar per piece.
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9 comments:

Dsole said...

That's so interesting! And an amazing mixture, the fish and the Raki... I'll put in on my list of "foods and drinks that i have to try" ;)

Ravenchase Junkie said...

Holy mackarel! That sounds good.

The way you framed your shot really caught my eye.

Dee said...

Dried fish...yummy. No really, I love dried fish esp. with a little vinegar and lots of rice.

Mme Benaut said...

Hello Oya,
I just had a look at all of your photos. They are wonderful. I particularly liked the Egyptian spices photos. Will pop in whenever time permits and look at your Istanbul. Hope you can pop in to AdelaideDP and have a look at my husband's blogspot sometime too.

Carraol said...

It looks great. Fine pictures of Istambul! Welcome to the DP Family.

Meg in Nelson said...

Looks yummy.

Jazzy said...

great Istambul photos. wellcome to CDP (i'm a bit late).

DXBluey said...

Oye,

Wow - not visited before, great addition to the DP sites. Loving a lot of your shots, especially this mackarel display and the ferry.

All the best,

Bluey!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Oya, what is Turkish Raki??