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Ottoman Beef and Feta Rolls |giverecipe.com | #ottoman #feta #groundbeef #pinenuts #currants

Ottoman Beef and Feta Rolls |giverecipe.com | #ottoman #feta #groundbeef #pinenuts #currants

Sourdough Simits

Sourdough Simits

Simit by Olga Irez of Delicious Istanbul

Simit by Olga Irez of Delicious Istanbul

Our focaccia bread recipe is very simple to make – no fancy equipment is needed at all. If you want to make your own bread, this is where to start! Recipe on inspiredtaste.net | @inspiredtaste

Our focaccia bread recipe is very simple to make – no fancy equipment is needed at all. If you want to make your own bread, this is where to start! Recipe on inspiredtaste.net | @inspiredtaste

Double Chocolate Doughnuts. Super moist & fudgy, this easy recipe for baked chocolate doughnuts with chocolate glaze is a chocolate lover's dream!

Double Chocolate Doughnuts. Super moist & fudgy, this easy recipe for baked chocolate doughnuts with chocolate glaze is a chocolate lover's dream!

Chocolate buttermilk bread from Roxanashomebaking.com A cross between quick bread and cake, with a tangy buttermilk taste and slightly chocolate-y and sweet

Chocolate buttermilk bread from Roxanashomebaking.com A cross between quick bread and cake, with a tangy buttermilk taste and slightly chocolate-y and sweet

Egypt's Nile Valley Map

Egypt's Nile Valley Map

This P.F. Changs Style Mongolian Beef is an easy recipe and will save you big bucks if you do not live near a PF Changs {like me!} The ingredients for this dish are around $10 for a family of four, and this recipe makes a lot of {read more}

This P.F. Changs Style Mongolian Beef is an easy recipe and will save you big bucks if you do not live near a PF Changs {like me!} The ingredients for this dish are around $10 for a family of four, and this recipe makes a lot of {read more}

Ancient Egypt and Nubia

Ancient Egypt and Nubia

Hattusa, in ancient Turkey, was first settled by the Hatti people, but when conquered ca. 1600 BCE, it became the capital of the Hittite Empire. In keeping with the militaristic ethos of the Hittites, by 1300 BCE, it was magnificently fortified. Situated on advantageous terrain, it was surrounded by double walls. On the ridge on the upper right is the "Acropolis" - the royal palace district. The city was destroyed in 1180 BCE during the Bronze Age Collapse.

Hattusa, in ancient Turkey, was first settled by the Hatti people, but when conquered ca. 1600 BCE, it became the capital of the Hittite Empire. In keeping with the militaristic ethos of the Hittites, by 1300 BCE, it was magnificently fortified. Situated on advantageous terrain, it was surrounded by double walls. On the ridge on the upper right is the "Acropolis" - the royal palace district. The city was destroyed in 1180 BCE during the Bronze Age Collapse.