Big News!

I have a belated announcement to make and you may never know how happy I am about this. Though I was in the know for several months I had to see the end product by my own eyes before sharing the good news with you.

Recently, I was checking my mailbox time and time again, looking forward to receive a package sent from far away. Useless supermarket brochures, electricity bills and take away fast food discount coupons were all there but not the package I was expecting. Then it was time for us to set off for a long journey and I had to be patient until we were back again.

It is easy to guess what was the first thing I did when we returned home last week. And yes…There is a padded envelope with something heavy inside in my mailbox among all other stuff, and a big “YES”, it is sent by Slattery Media Group. That was the package I was expecting for weeks containing a beautifully designed cookbook in full-color print with the title “Foodies of the World”. Immediately started to turn down the pages and loved the photograps, fonts and everything just at first sight but I was growing impatient to see the part which makes this good looking cookbook very special for me.

Oh, yes! It was over there…My picture and profile on the left handside followed by two of my recipes with photographs I took, one covering a full page. Of all the things I have done up to now, this one really made me felt proud of. It was unbelievable but true, I was published within an universal project featuring lots of famous food bloggers I have admired. Beatrice Peltre of “La Tartine Gourmande” , Jaden Hair of “Steamy Kitchen“, Meeta Khurana of “What’s for Lunch, Honey?“, Sara Morris of “Sprouted Kitchen” are among them.My recipes and photos would find a space on the bookshelves of many people around the world and that was really overwhelming.

“Foodies of the World” cookbook project in the words of the publishers/editors is as follows;

‘Foodies of the World is a collection of profiles and recipes from the best blogs around the world. It compiles the greatest recipes, with the sweetest stories, from the best bloggers into one handy guidebook and recipe collection. As the blogs selected come from all over the world (India, France, USA, UK, Australia, Germany, Italy, Estonia and Turkey are represented so far), the recipes will cover a variety of cuisines and courses. The overall tone is one of community, and sharing your love of cooking with the world. Its quality, complete and beautifully real’ design will inspire the reader to spend time in their own kitchen’.

I really loved the book (sincerely, I would think in that way even if I was not a contributor) and If you are also excited to discover really great food blogs from around the world with amazing photos and to try some of their delicious recipes at home, I suggest you to click on the cover image below and order your own “Foodies of the World” copy. I am absolutley sure that you’ll love it too.

Click to buy Foodies of The World

As my last word, I have to send my biggest thanks to you, dear readers. I would never imagine this could happen without your support, care and encouragement to carry on The Kitchen of Oz. Thank you again.

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  1. #1 by zeynep-mutlu dukkan - November 30th, 2010 at 23:07

    Hard to find correct words to say how happy i feel for you, a major success of yours. Congrats!

  2. #2 by Ozhan - November 30th, 2010 at 23:42

    Zeynep,thank you so much for these flattering words. You’re so kind as always.

  3. #3 by Sare - December 9th, 2010 at 18:00

    SUPER! You have now a piece of work on earth that will stay even after you :) and I am sure this wont be the only one.
    I am so proud to see your success, especially knowing how much effort you spend to make it come true.
    Du hast es geschafft! Herzlichen Glückwunsch!

  4. #4 by Nathalie - December 11th, 2010 at 12:24

    Congratulations, it should feel wonderfull earning with doing what you love to do!
    I have sent a mail to you, just in case it drops to spam.

  5. #5 by Ozhan - December 13th, 2010 at 22:11

    Nathalie, it is really amazing to see the end product after all the efforts you made as you said. As for your email, I already replied and provide you with the details.

    Sare, I feel so lucky to have such supportive friends like you. I am soooo flattered :)

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