Spring 2019 (Apr-Jun) Cuisine of the Quarter - VOTING

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We have some great nominees this time around - I’ll leave the voting open until Friday! Please choose your favorite by clicking the knife-and-fork icon on the appropriate post below (one vote per person, please).

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KOREAN - Cuisine of the Quarter, Winter 2019 (Jan-Mar)
What's for Dinner #44 - 04/2019 - the April Flowers but no Showers Edition
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Click here for BENGALI.

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#3

Click here for ETHIOPIAN.

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#4

Click here for ISRAELI (LEVANTINE).

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#5

Click here for TURKISH.

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Spring 2019 (Apr-Jun) Cuisine of the Quarter - NOMINATIONS
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(bumping this up to the top of the list)

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#7

Difficult choice, everything looks good. My final choice will be probably between levantine and bengali, still hesitating.

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Question, isn’t ISRAELI / LEVANTINE cuisine includes TURKISH?

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#9

Certainly there are similarities, although in the wikipedia article @paprikaboy linked on his nomination post, it says that Levantine only encompasses parts of Southern Turkey. I quite honestly don’t know enough about the food of Northern Turkey to say whether the regional differences are great enough to warrant a separate nomination - happy to hear from experts on this topic, though!

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#10

This article on Turkish cooking might help. Not that it is divided into north and south, but east and west.

https://turkishtravelblog.com/regional-guide-food-turkey/

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#11

Looks like ISRAELI (LEVANTINE) is the winner by a vote, with TURKISH a close runner-up. Lots of interest in that part of the world for this quarter so nice that we can include both under the Levantine umbrella!

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closed #12
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