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Is baklava an Armenian desert?

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  • #11
    Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

    I hope Armenians came up with meat pies, or some of you might know it by the term lamajo.......Best food in the world!!

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    • #12
      Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

      lets say i have been all around the world and when a pilot boards our ship he/she asks for a turkish coffee... so it is turkish coffee... ok maybe it was not before but it is now..

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      • #13
        Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

        I see .... so the world calls it Turkish coffee and it's Turkish coffee. But when the world calls it Genocide, somehow it's propaganda?
        Last edited by Sip; 05-13-2006, 10:20 PM.
        this post = teh win.

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        • #14
          Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

          That post = teh win.

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          • #15
            Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

            Originally posted by TomServo
            I'm surprised you didn't trace its origins to the Kurds!
            sanane? why should i?
            Biji Kurd u Kurdistan!!!
            Biji kurdistana mina delal u sherin!!!
            Biji biratiya gele kurd!!!
            Bimre dijminen gemar u barbar!!!
            Biji Kurdistana min biji!!!

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            • #16
              Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

              Hmm, you are serious about your allegations that baklava is Armenian. Not a joke.
              Last edited by oyuncu; 05-14-2006, 09:43 PM.

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              • #17
                Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

                Actually this thing we called as Turkish coffee is came from Oman to Ottoman Empire and Turks make it Turkish coffee as we know today.
                Baklava is originally a Syrian desert.
                In any case the most delicious baklava and Turkish coffee is made in Turkey which everybody accept. I can't stand Arabic baklava.
                And londoner, as for Kurds, I accept that Kurds make a different type of Turkish coffee, mırra, perfect.
                Oh btw, is Mırra an Armenian coffee, or Greek?

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                • #18
                  Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

                  honestly, baklava, turkish coffee or even kebab is not only turkish, greek, armenian or kurdish culture... but clearly these all found in anatolia or mid. east. turkish coffee is very famous in israel and originally called turkish coffee...

                  oyuncu, if you wanna taste a kurdish culture, try tea with "buyuk kesme seker"... i don't remember whatever it called in turkish. also semaver tea..
                  Biji Kurd u Kurdistan!!!
                  Biji kurdistana mina delal u sherin!!!
                  Biji biratiya gele kurd!!!
                  Bimre dijminen gemar u barbar!!!
                  Biji Kurdistana min biji!!!

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                  • #19
                    Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

                    Originally posted by Londoner
                    honestly, baklava, turkish coffee or even kebab is not only turkish, greek, armenian or kurdish culture... but clearly these all found in anatolia or mid. east. turkish coffee is very famous in israel and originally called turkish coffee...

                    oyuncu, if you wanna taste a kurdish culture, try tea with "buyuk kesme seker"... i don't remember whatever it called in turkish. also semaver tea..
                    I think in Turkish it is called "KITLAMA" ?
                    All these are the culture of Anatolia.We can not category them into ethnisity but we all can share them

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                    • #20
                      Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

                      Originally posted by Sip
                      I see .... so the world calls it Turkish coffee and it's Turkish coffee. But when the world calls it Genocide, somehow it's propaganda?

                      that was a smart move and i have nothing to say.... damn

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