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13 Sep 2011 6:47PM
Very well photographed.

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Lydia 4 4 Greece
13 Sep 2011 7:03PM
Mmm, mouth watering image
nicely observed= one for a sweet tooth!
mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2011 7:38PM
I want to lick my monitor. Mouth-wateringly good.
Moira
They do look good! Do you know what they are?
gajewski Plus
11 10 9 United States
13 Sep 2011 8:25PM
Well, the Greeks would probably call this Baklava. I don't remember what the Turks called this.
-=\Walter
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
13 Sep 2011 9:34PM
NOw--- we had some of these bird nest type baklava in Ohio! just dripping with honey, as this picture shows--- one needs a wet napkin-- and they are as delicious as is this image!
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2011 10:21PM
Another great image Walter, and yes they do look good enough to eat... Top notch
13 Sep 2011 11:21PM
I have no idea what these are but they do look good. Great shot............Sandy
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2011 9:11AM
Wonderful image, they really do look so yummy Smile

Hugh
14 Sep 2011 6:01PM
The honey is already dribbling down my chin ...... oops its just me drooling over your wonderful image
Suehh 9 39 6 England
15 Sep 2011 3:02PM
I am really hungry - not had lunch! And not sure if I want to view this image - it is just toooooo mouthwatering. Lovely light.

Sues
DanielD 6 1 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2011 4:23PM
Yes, they are very tasty , but full of sugar - great texture

Dan
Richsr Plus
9 90 222 England
15 Sep 2011 10:18PM
Well seen and capture, good details and tones too.
BarbaraR 10 16 1 England
16 Sep 2011 6:00PM
The look luscious and make a great photo.
Well seen and taken.

B.
Gecko 10 25 Australia
17 Sep 2011 10:36AM
They look tasty, well captured. Pam
17 Sep 2011 11:07PM
A lovely colourful shot Walter,would love to try one..Lin
annettep38 Plus
5 218 39 Costa Rica
18 Sep 2011 11:47PM
they are defiitely addictive, we had to go back again and again for those .... a turkish stand at a trade fair in Paris
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2011 5:08PM
Oh they do look tasty, and a wonderful sharp shot
Lillian
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
23 Sep 2011 8:50PM

Quote:They do look good! Do you know what they are?



Quote:Well, the Greeks would probably call this Baklava. I don't remember what the Turks called this.
-=\Walter



It's a very good shot, Walter! They cannot be called "baklava". They are called "Burma Kadayif". "Kadayif" is the general name used for the kind of desserts made with baked tin hairy pastry. They are usually flat on the dish. This kind is filled with pistachios or wrapped around them.
Regards, Nezih.
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
12 Oct 2011 7:52AM
Oh my goodness Walter I've eaten them in Greece & Turkey . Yes deliciously scrumptuous. Honey & nuts & pastry. Very, very fattening. Couldn't be better photographed xxTongueWinkSmileSmile


Quote:I want to lick my monitor. Mouth-wateringly good.
Moira

K_T 4 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2012 10:58AM
Mmmmm my favourite, the richness of this photo is spot on!!

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