Sherbet & Spice

And everything about historic Turkish sweets, from street vendors offering strings of honey dipped fruit to palaces of spun sugar for special occasions–like the marriage of the Sultan’s daughter or the circumcision of his son. Mary Poppins was right–a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down!

CHoW is off for the summer, but we already have our fall speakers lined up–starting with John Timpe on Burmese Cuisine in September.

Sherbet and Spice

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