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Old Feb 28, 2008, 6:33 PM   #11
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Thanks for sharing this event. Seeing the food make one wish for a optional "smell-o-vision" module on our digital cameras. Switchable of course as I can envision times that might not be so desirable.:-)
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Old Feb 29, 2008, 5:19 AM   #12
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Thanks for sharing this event. Seeing the food make one wish for a optional "smell-o-vision" module on our digital cameras. Switchable of course as I can envision times that might not be so desirable.:-)
Thank you for the feedback, my friend! Oh, I just wish you were able to taste them actually!Anyway, hope you pay a visit around here someday for a hands on degustation + photograpy workshop :-)
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All good shots and scenes I particularly like #8 with the child

and the motorbike.............................musket .
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Old Feb 29, 2008, 6:40 PM   #14
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All good shots and scenes I particularly like #8 with the child

and the motorbike.............................musket .
Thank you for your kind appreciation! Happy toread my son's requesthas worked asthe most apealing one : )
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Ah, Μηχανες Arkadias my favorite, very nice shots, i wish him a succesful shop, but your son looks at motorcycles like mine does
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Ah, Μηχανες Arkadias my favorite, very nice shots, i wish him a succesful shop, but your son looks at motorcycles like mine does
Thanks for yourkind words,my friend!You know, opening a shop or moving into one's own house for the first time are also considered ceremonial occasions to be enjoyed with friends around here : )

Μηχανες means both Kawasaki and Canon to youIsuppose:-)

As for the kids; yea, they really know where the fun is !!
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Thank food looks yummy to me too. I like Turkish food and especially the sweets.
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Old May 3, 2008, 3:45 AM   #18
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Thanks foryour apprreciation!

Yea, the sweetstable isinvariably my favourite targeton an open buffet :lol: YoufirstenjoyedTurkish food when you paid a visit to Anatolia I suppose(?)
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I first had Turkish food from a friend i met in the 1970's who was a great cook. He even made his own yogurt in a home made gadget he rigged up in the kitchen. Now we can get it in restaurants.
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I first had Turkish food from a friend i met in the 1970's who was a great cook. He even made his own yogurt in a home made gadget he rigged up in the kitchen. Now we can get it in restaurants.
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Actuallyouryogurt is a miraculous food for longevity, which is really one of the easiest things you can do at home!!

All you need is a casorole,a few liters ofgood milk, a spoonful offresh yogurt (as yeast)and a blanket (for insulation) :-)That's itOh, should you want 'restaurantgrade' product, just add some milk powder into the milk ; )

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