Shane explores some of Turkey’s most famous flavours in Cappadocia, home to an ancient landscape, along with ancient underground cooking techniques.
3 Jul 2014 - 5:23 PM  UPDATED 15 Jan 2017 - 10:56 PM

The extraordinary – and very suggestive – "fairy chimneys" of Cappadocia are the result of a fairly mundane geological process, and for thousands of years, the locals have been chipping into the "tuff" to create massive underground cities. And from those cities have emerged some remarkable dishes, cooked using ancient underground techniques.



Prawn and feta pide

Lamb shank testi kebab

Wagyu beef manti