Sunday, July 1, 2007

Turkish Coffee

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12 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Wow, Oya, that is a beautiful cup. I like strong coffee too but I am thinking Turkish coffee is much stronger than I am used to. I like the photo.

Abraham Lincoln
—Me as Moses—

Oya said...

Yes Abe, it is very strong...So strong that I can have 1 cup only...

Ein Steppenwolf said...

Beautiful! What recipe do you follow? Can you brew turkish coffee on a hotplate?

elsa said...

J'aime beaucoup la tasse.

I like the cup very much

Emil N said...

the cup is from Iznik?

Oya said...

Ein steppenwolf, I go with 1 cup of water, 1 teaspoon of coffee and 1 cube sugar.

Emil, looks like Iznik tile work but I don't beleive it is original Iznik....

ASLI AKER said...

bizim bir de kahve falımız var ki dillere destan.. :)

We love Turkish coffee and fortune-telling..
We drink our delicious coffee and..
Reading fortunes in a coffee cup..
Just for fun.. :)

Ming_the_Merciless said...

The cup is so beautiful!

I would love a cup of strong coffee now.

MedaM said...

Beautiful cup indeed. I am just having a cup of coffee, a stronger one, just like I love it.

jules said...

Such a delicate cup to hold such a strong brew.

GMG said...

Hi Oya, some beautiful photos you have here since my last visit (sorry for not commenting on each post, but anyhow I see all of them). The cup is beautiful, even for a non coffee drinker.. ;)
The yellow shuttle is cute and Kuleli on the sunny side looks great! Great job.
Gil

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

I love the cup. Then I'm sure I'd love the cofee too but I'm not a coffee-addict and I'm one of few italians that loves european and american coffee (quite long intead of espresso)