Watch out for The White Witch.Isn't that what she tempted Edmund with in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe??It looks delicious!
My mouth is watering - mm mm mmm!
I am ashamed to say I have never tasted turkish delight - real or ersatz! It is now on my list of things to do!
Oooh how delicious - I love real Turkish delight. (Although, if pressed, I'd settle for the pretend sort in chocolate x
I've never had a Turkish Delight, it looks a little bit like divinity that my aunt makes at Christmas time. But I have to doubt anything that doesn't have chocolate in it!!!
I've never tried it either! I had never heard of it until the Narnia books.. I would now! Now Cadbury's chocky.. had lots of that! in the UK, no less.. :D
Bears no resemblance to the stuff in the chocolate box does it and brings back memories of holidays in Turkey.Jane
I can't stand the chocolate box stuff... but real turkish delight is heavenly!
Mmm.. Yum - I love turkish delight! It is definitely my favourite confection - especially the real stuff. Lucky you!
I haven't seen, tasted or thought of these in years, but seeing your pics brings it all back like yesterday! Yum, yum! Now my mouth is watering, too!
I never liked Turkish Delight until I tried the real thing. It was my mother's favourite sweet and I used to buy her a box every Christmas.
hello! what lovely pictures of the delicious turkish delight but what made me catch my breath was the plate. We had those at home in my parents house and never took much notice of them but here it looks so lovely and fresh. Kate X
I can remember burning my attempt at Turkish delight in a school domestic science lesson many years ago. The end result looked perfect in every way - and tasted gross!
I have just found your blog today and really enjoyed reading...the turkish delights sound, well, delightful. I also really love your brooches.
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