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New York hosted the second Ebru Art

New York hosted the second Ebru Art

Another inspiring workshop filled with creativity! On January 14, Wednesday, TCC New York hosted the second Ebru Art session. The instructor-artist, Mustafa Yasar went over the necessary tools and demonstrated new patterns. The class was ...

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Cooking Class at TCC Long Island

Cooking Class at TCC Long Island

As the weather becomes chillier and gloves become a necessity, the Long Island Turkish Cultural Center had its second cooking class on December 4, 2014. Our chef, Minevre, had the reputation of being the best ...

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Interfaith Concert at Congregation Kol Ami

Interfaith Concert at Congregation Kol Ami

On January 11th, 2015, Westchester Interfaith along with the MLK Institute, hosted an Interfaith concert at Congregation Kol Ami. Over 100 guests arrived and enjoyed music from every walk of life. From Gospel choirs to ...

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Turkish Cooking Class

Turkish Cooking Class

Another fun evening with lots of hands on learning It was a great evening with new friends and lots of delicious food. This weeks’ special main course was “Karniyarik” which is a dish consisting of ...

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Turkish Cooking Class at TCC Staten Island

Turkish Cooking Class at TCC Staten Island

The soup of the month was from Ottoman Kitchen, Sultan Mahmud Soup. Next dish was one of the must-taste cold appetizer, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Sarma. Finally as dessert we have Turkish style Apple Cookies. Besides ...

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Ebru Classes at TCCQ & Explaining Ebru Art

Ebru Classes at TCCQ  & Explaining Ebru Art

Ebru’s original name was “Ebre” in Jagatai dialect and during its journey through Iran via the Silk Road this name was changed to “Ebri” (cloud like) then “Abru” (face of water). Seljukian and Ottoman periods ...

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