marți, 29 octombrie 2013

De Ziua Nationala a Turciei



Fata Care Gateste Cu Flori
va invita la
Bazar Kebab in Stramtoarea Bosfor
“In seara de miercuri 30 octombrie de la ora 19,00 va ploua cu mirodenii, arome si flori. Dupa o vizita in bazar, kebab-ul se va numi Dorinta. Eu ma voi afla la granita dintre doua Turcii, una moderna si cea traditionala.

Midiile le voi umple traditional cu orez dar si cu fructe uscate (Midye Dolma) si vor sfaraii ca pe malul Bosforului. Crevetii inveliti in kataif vor plonja in sos Muhamara, cu nuca si pasta de ardei iute turcesc. (Muhammara ustune Kadayifli Karides). Semn ca Estul Turciei a intalnit Vestul la tine in farfurie. Nu ai cum sa nu fi un mosafir fidel si sa vii pana la Stambul fara sa iti iasa in cale un potop de ardei iuti. Vei devenii prieten cu corba de linte rosie turceasca, servita in dovleac. Dulce de iute, fierbinte, menita sa activeze pasiunea. 


Kebab-ul va fi cel care imi va sopti inca de la intrare vorbe dulci.
Stam putin la taifas, ne targuim si apoi incepem calatoria prin Bazarul cu Kebab:
Kağıt Kebabı- un Kebab ‘en-papillote’, cu faima in Hatay; Parmak Kebabı- in traducere libera, kebab de-un deget, Ali Nazik- Fıstıklı Kebab.
Ei, pe-acest kebab cu fistic l-am numit ‘Dorinta’.
Asa l-am cucerit pe Suleyman Magnificul.;-) Spre deliciul meu, pe amandoi ne va zapaci o salata de ceapa cu sumac si ne va impaca o salata de patrunjel stropita cu lamaie berechet. Verde, proaspat, intreg. Ayranul, uneori tovaras de sabie cu ardeiul iute verde, va fi servit rece. Asa, ca un sol de pace, se va asigura ca noi doi vom trai in armonie.
Desertul din seara de Halloween este un desert misterios ce ma va purta catre o alta destinatie.
Am sa-l divulg intr-un final. Doar am devenit Sultana favorita!”







Fikret Muallâ Saygi

(1903, Istanbul, Turkey - July 20, 1967, Reillanne, France) is a 20th century avant-garde painter of Turkish descent. His work reflects influences from Expressionism and Fauvism, with subject matter focusing on Paris street life, social gatherings such as cafés and circuses.

He was born in Istanbul, but lived and worked in Paris, a long time since 1939 as an artist.


As his mother desired to have a daughter, she gave him a girl's name "Mualla". Fikret Mualla was very much beloved by his mother. This relationship played an important role in his further life. At his age of 12, he was crippled at his right foot when he kicked hardly to imitate his uncle Hikmet Topuzer, a footballer at Fenerbahçe SK. Not a long time later, he lost his mother to a grippe epidemic. His father made a second marriage with a very young woman, however Fikret Mualla did not accept his stepmother.


After the high school, his father sent him to Zurich, Switzerland to study engineering. Fikret Mualla left Switzerland soon to settle in Berlin, Germany. The childhood accident, leaving Mualla with a bad physical condition, contributed to his erratic personality and mental disorder later in his adult years. He was institutionalized a number of times, from alcohol dependency and extreme paranoia. In 1928, he was hospitaled in Berlin due to delirium. He then went to Paris, to the capital of arts and the center of unlimited freedom for him. However, he was forced to return home since he could not receive any more money from his father.

In Istanbul, he obtained an attest of normal mental health after a three-day stay in Bakirköy Psychiatric Hospital. Fikret Mualla was appointed teacher for drawing to a high school in Ayvalik. However, he quit this post and moved to Beyoglu neighborhood in Istanbul. He tried his hand a while at writing and drawing. He became friends with soprona Semiha Berksoy, writer Nazim Hikmet and painter Abidin Dino…




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