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    Erdal Onurhan

    Member since Nov 2000

    Chef #3627

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    Reviewed Fish on Lentil Puree

    Monday, Aug 5, 2002 on
     |  2 Reviews  |  By ErOnur
    LinMarie says:

    Reviewed Tahini

    Tuesday, Nov 28, 2000 on
     |  7 Reviews  |  By Frank Butcher
    LinMarie says:

    "This dish, with slight variations (usually lemon juice is used) is very common in Middle Eastern Countries and should not be categorised as Greek, but "collective". I suspect that it is in fact Lebanese."

    Reviewed Baklava

    Tuesday, Nov 28, 2000 on
     |  (6 people found this helpful) |  13 Reviews  |  By Fargo
    LinMarie says:

    "Baklava is definitely not Greek, but Turkish. It was the prime dessert in the Ottoman Cuisine and a feast never ended without a serving. In fact the word itself is Turkish, meaning "diamond-shaped" which was the way in which the pastry was cut before serving. Generally walnuts, pistachios and other nuts are used for the filling."

    Reviewed Dolmades with Yogurt-Mint Sauce

    Tuesday, Nov 28, 2000 on
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  5 Reviews  |  By Jacques Lorrain
    LinMarie says:

    "This is in fact not a Greek dish, but Turkish. "Dolma" means "Stuffing, Stuffed" in Turkish and the origins of this dish go back to authentic Ottoman Imperial Cuisine. In fact there are very many other stuffed vegetable dishes in the Turkish Cuisine, such as eggplants, arthichokes, marrow(zuccihini) and its blossoms, potatoes etc. This term, stu..."


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