Author: OllyTemur

Turkish Supperclub @ Arlo & Moe #hithergreen #brockley

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Just thought I would post something up on our weekly supperclubs we are running in SE London. I know it may be abit late, but its better late then never. We have been running our weekly supperclubs at Arlo & Moe cafe since January of this year. Starting at there new branch in Hither Green and soon to be starting at there branch in Brockley. Ollys Turkish aims to bring ‘Authentic Turkish Home Cooking’ to […]

Benefits Of Eating Liver

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Protein: Liver has a high protein content, so this is beneficial as the body needs protein to make and repair cells; the food is turned into energy to create specific enzymes, hormones and antibodies. Our bodies are capable of making 12 out of the 21 amino acids that allows us to function and other 9 can be found from different food sources. Beef liver happens to have large amounts of the 4 essential amino acids […]

Olly’s Recipe: Arnavut Cigeri (Albanian Styled Liver)

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Arnavut Cigeri translated to Albanian Styled Liver is by far one of the most popular Meze dishes in Turkey. Liver spiced red pepper flakes and ground black pepper, traditionally served with an onion mixture consisting of red onions, chopped parsley and sumac. This I’ve got to say is by far one of my favourites, from being a guy that wasn’t too keen on liver! I may just be able to convert you too. This recipe is a MUST […]

List Of Upcoming Pop-Ups

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A list of all upcoming pop-ups, just so everyone knows whats going on. And nobody gets confused. Briggs & Williams in Dalston – 16th July BOOK TICKETS Marketplace in Sydenham – 6 Week Residency – Thursday’s (23rd July – 27th August) BOOK TICKETS Brockley Mess in Brockley – 1st August – Collaboration with Nina from Ninouska Bellydance BOOK TICKETS Brockley Mess in Brockley – 6 Week Residency – Saturday’s (12th September – 24th September) – […]

Turkish Coffee Tradition

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Turkish coffee is derived from the Arabica bean, its very fine, powder-like grind. You can ocassionally add an aromatic spice called cardomom while its is ground. Turkish coffee has six levels of sweetness ranging from sweet to black. It combines special preperation and brewing techniques. The freshly roasted beans are ground to a fine powder; then the ground coffee, cold water and sugar (option) are added to the cezve (pot) and brewed slowly on a […]