Wednesday, August 23, 2006

I'm in Istanbul until Sept. 20th, helping Fumie with her photography job. As always, this city is amazing - 16 million of the most friendly and gracious people you can find anywhere in the world. And the food is affordable - you can either eat for one Euro, or one hundred, but basically the low end chow is about as good as it gets. This is the 6 YTL (3 Euro) Adana dinner at the corner Kebap shop.
Pides on the the sreet next to us (about one Euro each) filled with ground lamb or egg.
Today lunch will be at the Fatih meat market, whole lambs cooked in brick ovens and chopped up onto pide breads or flat lavash bread. More pictures soon.

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