Monthly Archives: July 2014

One of the Best Breakfast in Our Trip

I have met a Turkish men who claims that Turkish bread is the best in the world. “The best”?! This might be too much to claim but I know what he means. The Turkish bread is fresh and cheap. People buy loaves of breads every day and bakeries bake tasty breads. There are not too […]

Turkish Coffee Fortune Telling

I don’t really believe in fortune telling, but why not give it a try! Turkish coffee differs from what we have in the West and Japan where had been influenced from the West. They roast and grind the coffee beans really fine, then boil from water. When it is served in a cup, you find […]

The World Luxury Food, Coffee and Alcohol

I think Turkish people know how to enjoy food really. They drink tea very often anytime of the day, but they also enjoy slowly and carefully brewed coffee sometime after eating. The Turkish wine called Raki is also good. It is clear and simple but got natural sweet taste and good with fruits, lam, fish, […]

Making miso soup to Kurdish people in Turkey

We have met a lot of nice Kurdish people as we traveled from near the Turkish border in Iran to SouthEast Turkey. I tried making miso soup to some of them, but the fact is, none of them liked it. We were just walking down the street in Tabriz where is the Iranian border town […]

Exploring Persian Food

The length of our stay in Iran was only for 10 days, which is the second shortest after our Singapore trip. I think that the best way to taste the country’s delicacy is to eat homemade food when someone invites you over to their houses! 10 days was a little too short for us to […]

Japan Miso Press July Issue

Let’s look miso over again for your beauty and health! Japan Miso Press is a newspaper which publishes 50 thousands copies every year. I am contributing articles from “味噌玉世界旅 Take a Scoop of Miso with You” to July edition. July edition gives you tips to combat summer heat fatigue by eating a great variety of […]