Food Mistery

E-SHARAZAD – Innovative Approach in Adult Education: Digital Storytelling in Intergenerational Learning [2020-1-FR01-KA227-ADU-095449]

Training for Trainers (Lecce, Italy – 25 to 29 April 2022)

Script Writers: Jacopo Sgrò (Italy), Barış Tuğrul (Turkey)

We want to talk about an unexpected dish occupying an essential place in the Italian and Turkish cuisines. Do you know which one we are talking about? It is pizza! And the Turkish version of pizza is called lahmacun! The both started as a flat-bred dish, with salt, garlic and anchovy for pizza, and onion and minced meat for lahmacun. At some point in the history, pizza took a deviation incorporating other ingredients such as tomato sauce and cheese. Soon after, it became a world-renowned dish with a broad variety of ingredients whereas lahmacun maintained its initial simple recipe, remaining more like a local food. Maybe you wonder why these dishes are so similar. The history indicates that they both originated from the period of Byzantine Empire, which then included southern Italy.


Sepetinizde ürün bulunmuyor.

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