1. shirleyanntr

    dirty dishes and other stuff

    ive watched in amazement a couple of friends who wash the dirty dishes really clean .even scrub the pans...before they put them in the dishwasher:wacko: ..they are equally as gobsmacked when they see me bang everything in dirty.:ohwell: i have another friend that rinses clothes out before...
  2. bickern

    Can Cold Water Clean Dishes?

    This is for all you germ conscious folks, who worry about using cold water to wash the dishes after a meal. John went to visit his 90 year old grandfather in a very secluded, rural area. After spending a great evening chatting the night away, in the morning, John's grandfather prepared a...
  3. beyazbayan

    Satelitte dishes ban

    Saw a news flash saying they are banning them on balconies not sure if it's new installations but it also mentioned 2014 as the cut off time. Perhaps someone has more info.
  4. bickern

    How many sat dishes needed to watch Digiturk and Nilesat

    I hope some techy person can answer how many sat dishes are needed to watch Digiturk and Nilesat. I only have a balcony to fit a satellite dish to therefore I do not want to fill it. If I have to fit more than 1 then I will need to attach to the wall. I gather there are English channels on...
  5. kemerkid

    Satellite dishes

    Are there any brain boxes among you all who can tell me the difference between off-set and parabolic dishes? Also advantages/disadvantages between the two.
  6. ceemac

    Mezze dishes are the real Turkish delight

    At Turkish restaurants, the most delicious food is always the mezze. Varied, copious and packed with interesting textures and flavours, it’s easy to forget that this is just the first course. When the main course is proudly produced, it’s often hard to summon up enthusiasm for the frankly rather...
  7. ceemac

    Great Dishes of the World: Turkey's Imam bayildi

    The versatile aubergine is the backbone of an ancient Turkish dish so delicious that its name translates as 'the priest has fainted' The Americans call it eggplant. The English, aubergine, and in India, where the fruit is thought to have originated, it is known as the brinjal. Here C
  8. D

    Free Dishes and I don't mean food

    Hi everyone in Akbuk,just got two spare sat dishes taken down that are surplus to requirements.One has good LNB the other one looks a bit dodgy but how would we know. Anybody out there find a use for them?Free to anyone who wants to collect. If interested please PM.
  9. M

    fish dishes

    hi all going out next week to bodrum area, can anyone reccommend some good fish dishes, and good places to get them, not too expensive of course cheers michael
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