Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Back and almost on track!

I've been out of town and out of touch on a trip with some volunteers for the past week. While I get myself together and get my pictures on the computer I'll leave you with some pictures from a past summer trip. Thanks Kara from HITC, for the great pictures.

Nuts, raisins, dried fruits, and Turkish delight

A normal sight this time of year. Corn can be found boiled or grilled and sold on the street. It isn't the nice sweet corn we have in the states though. They say it is "milk corn", but we would actually consider it feed corn. The grilled corn is better than the boiled.

Baklava through a bakery window

Food waiting to be served

A man slicing off pieces of beef doner from the vertical spit. It can be eaten on bread, over rice, or wrapped in a tortilla. It is yummy!


Gina said...

Boy, do I miss the baklava!! My mouth waters just thinking about it....mmm...mmmm....good!

becky marshall said...

boy, those are some hunking cobs of corn...