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“Turkish cuisine is, to my mind, one of the most exciting and accomplished in the world.” Yotam Ottolenghi

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

With culinary influences borrowed from many surrounding countries and cultures, Turkish cuisine is defined by diversity. Dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) and kofta (a meatball dish), for example, are prominent in one region, while fish and kebabs dominate another. Discover a variety of Turkish food products including local delicacies in our online food store. Try The World – Turkey

Try The World: A Taste Of TURKEY: When I think of the Republic of Turkey, a transcontinental nation sharing borders with eight countries, I think of its grand and impressive 600+ year history of Ottoman Empire rule which brought many influences into the region. I think of the famed imperial palace of Istanbul and its elaborate kitchen that created/prepared a fusion of the best Turkish/Ottoman cuisine adopted and refined from foods curated in Central Asia, the Caucasus, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and Balkan regions. The expanse of this ancient empire gave it access to a wide range of foods; plus, they controlled the spice trade.

In the land of culinary kismet, food held a high place of honor both in the palace and among the ordinary folk in the regions. Turkish Cuisine is considered one of the best in the world and for good reason. Like many folks in the neighboring countries, Turks are locavores which means they love to cook locally sourced and seasonal foods that come from farm to table maintaining a high quality of freshness. This culinary tour of Turkey has come with items recommended by the wonderful Chef Nurdan Erdem, head chef and owner of Enfes NYC. Chef Nurdan Erdem offers some of the best pop-up street food in the city and has a brick-and-mortar eatery in Rego Park, NY. She is credited with introducing the hugely popular Turkish Burrito gözleme to gastronomes in the city. So, you can imagine that I was ecstatic to find a box full of Turkish foods/treats/delights from Try The World on my doorstep. If enjoying the finest foods from around the world is a gift you’d like to share with friends and family this holiday season then the TTW – TURKEY subscription box has your name on it. Sit tight for this ride.


“I already knew a lot of techniques from observing my mom and my grandma, and I think when I was older it was just my time to learn to do something on my own and enjoy it. When you enjoy, you actually learn.” Chef Nurdan Erdem

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

Urfa chillies are a Turkish variety that are mild on heat but big on aroma. They’re sweet, smoky, a lovely dark red, and go with just about anything. Yotam Ottolenghi
I wanted to find a unique product to sell that was not already available in NYC. I found that gözleme [a traditional savory Turkish flatbread, hand-rolled with various fillings and grilled] was only sold in cold containers in deli sections, and it only had one type of ingredient in it. Chef Nurdan Erdem

What’s inside my Try The World –  Turkey Box? Every box of curated gourmet items includes a spice, sweet, traditional food that folks love and cherish in the country of origin, a Culture Guide that walks you through the history of each item, the family behind the farm or company, and a few recipes to try with your food items. If you so choose, you may use the items to create your own recipes or add them to your favorite foods… that is the beauty of enjoying foods from around the world. For our journey into the land of Turkish foods, my box came with eight (8) carefully curated items selected by Chef Nurdan Erdem, head chef and owner of Enfes NYC  famous for being the one place you can find gözleme which is a savory, hand-rolled traditional Turkish flatbread filled with all sorts of delicacies. It is the ultimate street food with the freshest ingredients to boot. Stay tuned for a full description.

Sign up today for your first journey into Try The World’s gourmet items to enjoy. As an Ambassador for this extraordinary brand, I’d like to remind everyone about our special deep discount. SPECIAL OFFER: Try The World has made a special offer of a 15% discount off the first subscription box to all my readers. As a reader of this blog, you can use the discount code on purchasing your first $39/box subscription option and/or on all gift boxes. Use the coupon code MMTRAVELS15 during your checkout to get your awesome discount.

What about pricing?  Subscriptions now start at $33/Box.
A bi-monthly subscription is $39/box charged every two months
A 6 monthly tour subscription is $35/box charged every six months
A year tour subscription is $33/box charged every year
People have the option to order a gift single box and/or gift tours.

If the TURKEY Box calls you, sign up today, save 15% on your first box and a new box will be shipped, every other month, when it becomes available.

More Below!
“Everyone asks me why someone Turkish is making Greek yogurt. In Greece, it is not called ‘Greek yogurt.’ Everywhere in the world, it is called ‘strained yogurt.’ But because it was introduced in this country by a Greek company, they called it ‘Greek yogurt.'” Hamdi Ulukaya

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

Try The World: A Taste of TURKEY

I write with humour about sadness, to introduce an element of sweet to the sour, a bit like Turkish food. Elif Safak
You cannot transpose the U.S. system on Turkey, and the Turkish system on France etc. You have to understand the people and their culture. That’s leadership. Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa


Are you ready to take that leap into the long and rich history of Turkish/Ottoman Cuisine? Then you have come to the right place. Our curators at Try The World (TTW), work very hard to find the finest ingredients and invest time and energy working with skilled chefs who help curate the best items that truly represent the country selected. The goal is to appeal to your palette, your spirit of adventure, and your sensibilities around great foods. They love hearing from people around the globe who love experimenting with new and great cuisine. To encourage us to explore other cultures through food, from time to time, they offer wonderful opportunities to win free boxes of food. This month in the online shop,  take 20% off your Turkish food purchases with the code: TURKEY20. Don’t forget to treat a loved one to a lovely gift package by using  MMTRAVELS15 for an additional discount.  You can also get your first subscription box at 15% off. Do share your dishes and photos by using the hashtag #TryTheWorld and following @TryTheWorld on Instagram, and be on board for a chance to win your next box for free!  Visit their Website for more information and also connect with TTW on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr and LinkedIn.

READ: Among The Greatest Cuisines, Turkish Is A Delight

Have a food feast-filled week!



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Positive Motivation Tip:  Enjoy the delectable foods of the Turkish/Ottoman tradition this holiday season. Send some as gifts

Disclosure of Material Connection: I have received the product for review, but all opinions are mine. I have not received any other compensation for writing this post.  I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

If you have any questions, please leave me a comment. I would love to hear from you. Thank You!

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos: Are from my Personal Collection and/or via TTW – Try The World

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet


112 Comments leave one →
  1. Traveling Shana permalink
    15/11/2017 6:06 pm

    Wooooo a 20% off sale!! I love a good deal, I will have to check them out!

  2. Carol Cassara permalink
    15/11/2017 7:25 pm

    I don’t know much about Turkey’s cuisine but I’ve heard from friends how much they enjoy it! It would be nice to get a taste of their food!

  3. nadaliebardo permalink
    15/11/2017 7:43 pm

    I have some really good friends immigrate from Turkey and I always found their food to be quite tasty. I haven’t found many Turkish restaurants near me unfortunately, I think there should be more.

  4. Melanie Poulos Walsh permalink
    15/11/2017 7:43 pm

    I enjoyed reading your last Taste the World post, full of Mexican flavors. Food from Turkey is not as familiar for me, but that’s what makes it even more alluring.

  5. Laura permalink
    16/11/2017 12:00 am

    Turkish cuisine is really wonderful. Have to try these ones as well.

  6. Belinda Alban permalink
    16/11/2017 2:32 am

    I love that your posts always include snippets of history! This box looks delicious!

  7. Diana Tidswell permalink
    16/11/2017 4:54 am

    Those products look so nice! Turkey never fails to surprise the world with its beauty.

  8. makeupadda1 permalink
    16/11/2017 4:59 am

    that’s a detailed review about the products.. Never been to turkey but can get a taste of turkey now

  9. Joanna permalink
    16/11/2017 5:00 am

    I love the Turkish food! Growing up in a nearby country, with a harbour connected directly to Turkey, I had access to many of the delicacies of the Turkish cuisine. I love the Turkish delight, it’s so good especially when you try it with a cup of Turkish tea.

  10. Monica permalink
    16/11/2017 5:51 am

    What a thoughtful gift to give. I love how the collection is unlike anything that I could purchase in a store here.

  11. livingworks60 permalink
    16/11/2017 5:55 am

    This is so interesting, I had not heard of this company before and will check them out to see what other countries they offer in a box. Getting a subscription is a great way to experience other country cuisine for myself or to give them as a gift. My taste buds appreciate this post. 🙂

  12. Ronnie Epsi permalink
    16/11/2017 6:20 am

    My grandma used to bring me Turkish sweets when they traveled by the region and they are delicious! I wish I could try a few more interesting goodies from there and other exotic areas!

  13. Lyosha permalink
    16/11/2017 6:41 am

    I like Turkish cuisine, i like mix of usual and unusual there. The sweets are absolutely brilliant!

  14. Elizabeth permalink
    16/11/2017 6:41 am

    This truly looks lovely! I agree especially with the ‘leadership’ quote.

  15. thehumornetwork permalink
    16/11/2017 6:42 am

    Wow! This truly looks lovely! I especially agree with the ‘leadership’ quote!

  16. fredy permalink
    16/11/2017 6:42 am

    I really want to taste Turkish dish ..I will use that code to get 20% off and try out the cuisine.

  17. Ami permalink
    16/11/2017 8:13 am

    I love learning about the food and culture of other countries. Thank you so much for sharing this information on Turkey. I love that incorporating fresh and local ingredients is part of the culture. That’s something that I need to work on in my own life. I look forward to reading more from you!

  18. Courtney Blacher permalink
    16/11/2017 8:17 am

    Did you try Turkish coffee? It’s really nice, I love it! And they also have some amazing sweets.

  19. Pets Naturally (@dogtrainer4ever) permalink
    16/11/2017 8:17 am

    Turkey looks like it is rich in flavor profiles. I’ve been reading your Try The World posts and this box looks like such a great way to try new things. Great for the holidays.

  20. Venus Fitness-Shannon permalink
    16/11/2017 8:59 am

    I do like Dried apricots but have not thought of them as Turkish/Ottoman Cuisine. 25% off makes trying some of this new cuisine more affordable for sure.

  21. kimmieklewis permalink
    16/11/2017 9:36 am

    My family would love to try this! It’s a family tradition to try unfamiliar things!

  22. Marnie Bonafe Torro permalink
    16/11/2017 9:36 am

    I have never tried eating any food or drink from Turkey! Or not that I know of. This box sounds like a great way to introduce myself to this unique culture!

  23. Jeuele permalink
    16/11/2017 9:36 am

    I have a close friend who lived in Turkey for a few years teaching music! She loved her experience there and often talks about returning. I think this box would make a great holiday present for her!

  24. 16/11/2017 11:16 am

    I think that this is a really good discount for being able to explore foods from other cultures. It is really fun and can lead to finding foods that you really love but would never would have tried.

  25. Ithfifi permalink
    16/11/2017 11:27 am

    This box looks just as exciting as the previous one I saw on your blog, I can see a lot here I’d love to try and I think my dad too. These boxes are such a good idea! I really need to see if its available in the Uk!

  26. Words of a Texas Nerd permalink
    16/11/2017 1:36 pm

    I think this subscription would be fun to try. I don’t think I have ever had Turkish foods. I wouldn’t know where to begin. This might be the start in that line of inquiry.

  27. Jordan permalink
    16/11/2017 1:50 pm

    What a neat idea for a subscription box! I’m really curious about Turkish food, I’ve never tried it before.

  28. Jessica Hughes permalink
    16/11/2017 2:35 pm

    I don’t think I have ever had any Turkish cuisine so this would be a box I would really like to try. The hand-rolled Turkish flatbread sounds delicious.

  29. Rebecca Swenor permalink
    16/11/2017 3:09 pm

    This Turkey Try The World box sounds delicious. I have been wanting to try these boxes for a while now and I think they would make great holiday gift ideas too. It is awesome they share the history of the foods in the boxes too. Thanks for sharing the information and this awesome box.

  30. bestiesnotepad permalink
    16/11/2017 4:30 pm

    The only Turkish product I have tried is hazerbaba and we love that, would surely want to try the box..looks delish!

  31. Marissa permalink
    16/11/2017 4:49 pm

    I absolutely love this idea! This must be one of the coolest subscription boxes out there. It’s so expensive to ship food items back home from a foreign country, and this allows you to taste the treats from around the world for a low cost.

  32. nikesiapannell permalink
    16/11/2017 5:58 pm

    This is quite interesting. I’ve never had Turkish food before. I may need to add it to my list!

  33. elishaff permalink
    16/11/2017 6:27 pm

    I have been curious about this subscription box for so long. I think it’s so cool that they have countries you’d think about eating from (like Mexico, that you did in a different blog post), but also I had never really thought of specific Turkish cuisine! It’s so unique.

  34. Vasundhra permalink
    16/11/2017 7:04 pm

    I have never had Turkish cuisine but I can safely say that I will love it as it is very similar to Indian cuisine.I now have another addition to my to-do list-going to a Turkish restaurant!

  35. BriaLJ permalink
    16/11/2017 8:35 pm

    Your make a very compelling argument for me to go out and try some Turkish cuisine. I don’t know…between this blog post and my Food, Nutrition, & Culture class I am taking at school (where we learning about Turkish cuisine this week coincidentally) I think I might have to start expanding my taste bud horizons soon.

  36. Shubhada Bhide permalink
    16/11/2017 9:37 pm

    I’ve never tried the foods and products from turkeys. But those products look great and they have a deal of 20% off, that’s awesome will check this out.

  37. Indu permalink
    17/11/2017 3:00 am

    Taste of Turkey. Wow. Such a variety of delicacies. Feeling tempted to try few.

  38. Ellie Plummer permalink
    17/11/2017 3:05 am

    I have never been to Turkey not tried the cuisine but this sounds really interesting. I may have to find some Turkish recipes

  39. Better Way of Thinking permalink
    17/11/2017 5:49 am

    I enjoy Turkish food. There is a restaurant we like to go to. I never had any of these items before.

  40. Bhushavali permalink
    17/11/2017 6:25 am

    When I think of Turkish Cuisine, I think of all exotic dried fruits & spices! Who can forget Turkish Delights. Ahhh.. This is making me hungry now! Lolz

  41. Carissa Link permalink
    17/11/2017 6:39 am

    This is really neat, and unique! I had no idea they do subscription boxes with continental cuisines. Great way to experiment cooking with recipes and spices of different cultures!

  42. Stephanie Jeannot permalink
    17/11/2017 7:30 am

    I recently indulged in some Turkish cuisine at a little quaint Turkish restaurant in Sochi and it was amazing. Nice and Spicy. Tasty foods.

  43. Preet@thevelvetlife permalink
    17/11/2017 8:15 am

    I have always wanted to go to Turkey, it is on my travel wishlist. It is great that I can taste the delicacies of Turkey with this subscription box while sitting at my house. Thank you for sharing the offer code.

  44. Betzy Cuellar permalink
    17/11/2017 8:29 am

    I need to try and order this so that i can use it as a gift for a gathering I’m attending.

  45. Lindsey Alaine permalink
    17/11/2017 12:11 pm

    This is such a cool idea! I never knew so many awesome things were out there until I started blogging. This is similar to Faithbox which I came across a few weeks ago. Thanks!

  46. Life with Larissa permalink
    17/11/2017 1:24 pm

    This. is. so. cool! I would definitely be interested in trying this subscription box. I’ve never been to Turkey, but I have heard amazing things about their cuisine. Unfortunately, with the current travel ban that is in place, it seems like this will be my best option to sample Turkish food. And I love how a bit of history comes with the box as well. Makes it more interesting!

  47. Nicole Banuelos (@nicole_banuelos) permalink
    17/11/2017 3:28 pm

    What a yummy box of Turkish goods!

  48. Lisa Rios permalink
    17/11/2017 3:44 pm

    I love this gift set! I’ve always been curious as to what these subscription boxes are like and I’ve never tasted Turkish cuisine before.

  49. Gladys S Parker (@momtograndma) permalink
    17/11/2017 5:06 pm

    I didn’t realize that Turkey was bordered by 8 countries. That must be a hard place to be or an easy one if everyone is already accustomed to the diversity. I’m guessing Try The World would be great for bringing flavors together.

  50. AnnMarie John permalink
    17/11/2017 5:19 pm

    I consider myself a foodie and this box is a great way to taste the different flavors the world has to offer without hopping on a plane and going to the country yourself. Sounds like this one’s worth it!

  51. RonRon permalink
    17/11/2017 7:36 pm

    Wow. this looks amazing. Gotta try them too, soon!

  52. Shell permalink
    17/11/2017 8:12 pm

    I’ve never tried any of this type of cuisine but it sounds intriguing.

  53. Aditi permalink
    17/11/2017 10:14 pm

    Learnt a new word ‘locavore’ and a new service- ‘ Try the world’. Sounds awesome and will give it a try!

  54. Kelly Reci permalink
    17/11/2017 11:46 pm

    Try the world really gives us something new when buying gastro thingy that sometimes I don’t really find in local market. There’s a lot of different items to choose from and foods from different countries.

  55. forkwardthinkingfoodinista permalink
    18/11/2017 12:39 am

    Wow what a bumpber box of Turkish goodies. I love subscription boxes like this as you get to try a bit of everything and try out different world cuisines 🙂 x

  56. Garrile Blog permalink
    18/11/2017 1:54 am

    I’m so curious about Turkey’s cuisine! I’ve had some of their typical flatbread and absolutely loved it, but still I feel like there’s just so much more to discover… These boxes you receive are just so cool 🙂

  57. flora_the_sweaterist permalink
    18/11/2017 2:00 am

    I have not tried Turkish food yet but I’m sure it’s delicious! 🙂

  58. BehindTheSchmile permalink
    18/11/2017 2:07 am

    This is such a clever concept! Thank you so much for sharing!

  59. Evelyn | permalink
    18/11/2017 2:32 am

    I know very little about food from Turkey, and enjoy reading this! It all looks tantalizing for my palette – will try it out for sure. Appreciate the discount also – it’s a wonderful incentive.

  60. Cecil permalink
    18/11/2017 7:00 am

    Turkish cuisine sounds very interesting. Had no idea that it encompasses so many different regions. Try the World also sounds intriguing.

  61. lexieanimetravel permalink
    18/11/2017 8:15 am

    I don’t have a lot of turkish friends but I did have the opportunity to taste their delicious food and it was one of the best. hoping to visit Ankara next year and taste all this delicacies!

  62. neversaydiebeauty permalink
    18/11/2017 8:44 am

    What an absolutely terrific food subscription box! I would love it. I have been dying to go to Turkey since the 90s, but haven’t gotten there yet and won’t till they have a new president. But fortunately, a casual takeout restaurant was opened by a young Turkish man not far from where I live, and I loooooove his food! Healthy and delicious

  63. lucicoo permalink
    18/11/2017 9:43 am

    When I saw your post before reading it I thought this was about the bird. All of these products look so delicious. I never tried food from Turkey before.

  64. Corinne and Kirsty permalink
    18/11/2017 10:53 am

    I never have turkish food before. I am not sure turkish delight counts. This basket looks amazing and would be perfect to have a turkish night with friends!

  65. keisha1989 permalink
    18/11/2017 12:43 pm

    I do love turkish cuisine. I love how affordable the subscription box is. Based on the number of items in the box I think a lot of people will enjoy this box too.

  66. Paige Flamm permalink
    18/11/2017 2:00 pm

    I have been wanting to try this subscription box for ages! All of these things look amazing!

  67. platformsandpacifiers permalink
    18/11/2017 2:03 pm

    I love all this information about Turkey and Turkish culture and food!! (I’m a history buff so this was great for me) We had a Turkish restaurant near our old house and it was one of our “go to” places to eat!

  68. Jacqui Odell permalink
    18/11/2017 4:00 pm

    This sounds like a great way to explore different countries without leaving the house.

  69. Mama in Heels permalink
    18/11/2017 5:09 pm

    I’ve been to Turkey and tried their food – it was a hit and miss. Overall, it was a nice trip.

    Mama in Heels

  70. Rosey permalink
    18/11/2017 6:37 pm

    I learned a lot of techniques from watching my mom and grandma too. I wonder if they knew how much they were influencing us. 🙂 A box full of Turkish foods sounds like a great gift idea to me!

  71. Alison permalink
    18/11/2017 8:11 pm

    Wow this is really cool! What a fun way to try something different

  72. Agnes permalink
    18/11/2017 11:27 pm

    A Turkish restaurant recently opened up in my area and we really love it. I have always liked mediterranean food so this is up my alley. These boxes would make awesome gifts for a foodie!

  73. MeganSays permalink
    19/11/2017 3:20 am

    I’ve honestly never tried Turkish food – the chillis sound great though I’ll have to keep an eye out for them in the international supermarket!

  74. Kristine Nicole Alessandra permalink
    19/11/2017 8:13 am

    This looks like a great subscription box to have. You did get a good variety of products. Honestly, I have no idea what Turkish food is, except maybe for shawarma and kebabs. I will have to check on this and most likely sign up for it.

  75. Filiz Leonor Aydogdu permalink
    19/11/2017 3:42 pm

    I’m from turkish orignis, so it means that your post means a lot to me! this box looks very complete and gave me hunger!

  76. Cindy permalink
    19/11/2017 5:45 pm

    That looks like an amazing box and gift! I love dolmas and eat them nearly every week. So good!

  77. In and Out of Vegas permalink
    19/11/2017 5:51 pm

    I am big fan of Greek food and I find there is a bit of a crossover with both these foods…with the use of the flatbreads,yogurts, lamb. I love gyros, hummus etc.I have a strong feeling I would enjoy food from Turkey too! But then again, I seem to enjoy all kinds of food haha 🙂

  78. Heather ♥ (@thedomesticdiva) permalink
    19/11/2017 7:48 pm

    I don’t think I’ve ever tried anything directly from Turkey before. I’m a huge foodie I know this would make for a wonderful gift for my fellow foodies out there.

  79. Zoey permalink
    20/11/2017 1:46 am

    I have never tried Turkish food before. These sound like some interesting treats!

  80. 20/11/2017 6:03 am

    I’ve actually had food from Turkey and the combination of flavors that they have crafted is positively divine. I would recommend anyone to try the cuisine first hand. Although I haven’t tried any of the products that are featured in this box provided by World of Taste, I have more of a homemade cuisine l from a couple who recently joined our parish.

  81. Linda Kurniadi permalink
    20/11/2017 7:26 am

    Those products are so amazing! Looks like you had an amazing trip to Turkey.

  82. theentrepremomer permalink
    20/11/2017 8:10 am

    That’s so cool! I’ve never heard of this box, and now I want to try. Now, I’m not a fan of turkey ( I know…pitiful) BUT this sounds like such a cool concept. Thanks for sharing!

  83. Taslyn Russell permalink
    20/11/2017 11:22 am

    I would love to go Turkey my friend went there and loved it.

  84. Anna permalink
    20/11/2017 3:14 pm

    I have been wanting to visit Turkey but putting it off. And now I came accross your post! It must be a sign haha Also, I like how you mentioned Turks are locavores which means they love to cook locally sourced and seasonal foods that come from farm to table maintaining a high quality of freshness. I would definitely like to try their cuisine.

  85. Rebecca Swenor permalink
    20/11/2017 4:19 pm

    This Turkey Try The World box sounds amazing. I love the idea of gifting these boxes for the holidays too. It is nice to try different foods from different countries every month. Thanks for sharing the awesome box.

  86. Kim Lee (@KimsCravings) permalink
    20/11/2017 4:58 pm

    Such neat items and most of these are totally new to me!

  87. Cherie Julie permalink
    20/11/2017 5:36 pm

    What an interesting idea for a gift box. I enjoy Turkish Delights so much!!! It sounds like a really interesting culture of food and creativity. Great post thank you for sharing.

  88. angie permalink
    20/11/2017 7:19 pm

    love it great gifts from turkey and this week we will dine on another type of turkey
    come see us

  89. chewoutloud permalink
    20/11/2017 8:56 pm

    I think it’s the MOST fun thing to try cuisines from around the world. This Turkish set looks fantastic! Our dinner club did a year of rotating recipes from around the world and it was my favorite theme.

  90. Ruth I. permalink
    21/11/2017 12:53 am

    This is perfect for the coming Thanksgiving! I like all the items included in the box. The discounts they offer are great deals.

  91. Travel tips permalink
    21/11/2017 2:23 am

    That is very interesting! I’m very into the ottoman culture, and curious to know their influences in Turkey

  92. pinkrimage (@pinkrimage) permalink
    21/11/2017 6:17 am

    This is such a great way to taste different foods of a country…I love greek yogurt eat it every day for breakfast!

  93. Tiffany Yong permalink
    21/11/2017 9:04 am

    The most popular Turkish food that has gone viral in Singapore is their kebabs and burittos! Everyone love them because the brand stuff’d added loads of greens to make it healthy!

  94. Crystal Gareau permalink
    21/11/2017 3:30 pm

    This was interesting, never heard of this around the world thing before.

  95. joy permalink
    21/11/2017 6:37 pm

    I’ve never been to Turkey but I’d love to think that I have tasted these products, I’m there somehow. Thanks for sharing. I do love trying out different foods.

  96. Oyinkan permalink
    21/11/2017 8:18 pm

    I actually know a bit about Turkish cuisine. I respect and appreciate the variety of cultures 😊

  97. businessfirstfamily permalink
    22/11/2017 9:23 am

    I’ve always wanted to try Turkish cuisine. I’ve like all Mediterranean food I’ve tried, but I have yet to try Turkish. These gift baskets would make perfect office gifts. I would love to try that peanut bar.

  98. Emily permalink
    22/11/2017 8:14 pm

    Really interesting and enjoyable post!! Thank you for sharing!

  99. AmberLynn permalink
    23/11/2017 5:05 am

    I would never have considered trying a turkey box. That’s a new one even for me.

  100. nlampert permalink
    23/11/2017 11:42 am

    This sounds like such a great subscription box! I love the idea of getting introduced to different kinds of cultural cuisine every month. I’m not very familiar with Turkish cuisine but now I’m really curious to find someplace where I can give it a try.

  101. All She Things permalink
    23/11/2017 6:31 pm

    Turkish cuisine is one of my favorite cuisines. It is so rich in flavors and everything I have had so far has been so delectable!

  102. Dede permalink
    24/11/2017 5:40 am

    I love turkey and enjoyed this post! Seeing it from some different cultures is very cool. I didn’t know anything about these traditions prior. Interesting!

  103. alainamonster permalink
    24/11/2017 1:12 pm

    I love the variety of items you get in the box. I also love that there are different subscription offers!

  104. Taylor Smart permalink
    28/11/2017 3:32 am

    all these products look amazing! will defo have to try some of these! half of them i have never even heard of before!

  105. scrapbookadventures365 permalink
    02/12/2017 4:42 am

    I haven’t tried much Turkish food but these bits sound lovely and tasty 🙂

  106. Holly Lasha permalink
    26/02/2018 10:36 am

    This is awesome. I love trying new foods and you make these sound super great!

  107. kidneyfornikki permalink
    27/07/2021 4:07 am

    I am not familiar with Turkish cuisine but this box sounds like something that would be cool to try!


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