new! turkish meze cookbook

take a sneak peek at the new turkish meze cookbook and rediscover the pleaseure of sharing good food with firends. from moreish dips and small dishes, to stuffed vegetables, sharing plates and irresistable sweet treats, each recipe showcases the fresh produce and clean flavours that lie at the heart of turkish meze. sevtap trained in the kitchen with international cookbook and television personality bill granger at his iconic cafe 'bills' in sydney, before moving to the northern new south wales town of yamba twenty years ago. looking for a quieter life, sevtap opened her own cafe, the beachwood cafe, which quickly became the must-visit venue for foodies. it maintains its strong following to this day. turkish meze is sevtap's second book, following on from the strong success of her first, turkish flavours, published in 2012.

the turkish meze cookbook is available exclusively from beachwood cafe until October and then nationally, from
all good book stores. photography by alicia taylor extracted from turkish meze by sevtap yuce (hardie grant books).


turkish flavours cookbook

from classics to modern interpretations sevtap has woven her own fresh australian flavours and simplicity into these traditional turkish dishes. sevtap loves nothing more than ‘eating out of the earth’. not only does she cook with the products supplied from her own garden, sevtap sources produce from local farmers. every friday morning she is visited at her seaside café by local grower, kim, and fishermen, bob, who bring her an array of goodies from fresh eggs, lemons, chillies to chickpeas sardines and honey. this brings about a wonderful connection to the community where sevtap shares her hospitality and love for food with everyone that steps foot in her café. this beautifully complied book is for anyone with an interest in turkish food – it is straightforward, delicious and the recipes work every time.

the turkish flavours cookbook is available at beachwood cafe and all good book stores nationally.
all images extracted from turkish flavours by sevtap yuce ($39.95, hardie grant books).