Karaman Culinary Culture and Dishes
span style = "color: # 231f20"> Karaman Culinary Culture and Dishes.
span style = "color: # 231f20"> Karaman dishes from ancient times to the present.
Karaman Culinary Culture and His Food was prepared by Fatma Petek ASLAN, Osman GÜLDEMİR and Nermin IŞIK.
Nutrition is one of the main requirements that make it possible. Relationship with food in human history; It makes it possible to evaluate the knowledge, development, civilization and social environments of societies (Akın et al., 2015, p.48). The argument of Roden (2007) " Food is power, a reflection of identity and ideology "; He summarizes that it is possible to explain the different characteristics of a society's civilization and individuals through food, that is, culinary culture. Turkish cuisine, which has an ancient history and is rich in variety due to its living in a wide geography, is considered among the remarkable cuisines of the world. Turkey is living in a multi-faceted culinary culture including authentic local culture (attentiveness, 2010, p. 29). Karaman known to be in place for centuries layout of the original local culture in Turkey is important to consider in terms of culinary culture. As a matter of fact, the city is the legacy of a remarkable state such as Karamanoğulları. In addition, it is very rich in terms of food production in the past and today.
Span style = "color: # 231f20"> Karaman, geographically located in the south of Central Anatolia, has Ereğli in the east, Silifke in the southeast, Mersin in the south, Antalya in the west and Konya in the north. The summers are hot and dry; The continental climate, which is the basic climate of the Central Anatolia Region, is experienced with cold and snowfall in winters. However, in the valley region where Göksu river branches of the Central Taurus Mountains are located; It has the characteristics of the Mediterranean climate, which is hot and dry in summer and rainy and mild in winter. Rainfall in the city is mostly in the winter and spring seasons, in the form of snow and rain. Karaman has an ancient culture from ancient times to the present, along with its special geographical features. In the culture in question, the kitchen contains accumulations that are worth handling. Products grown in Karaman; wheat, barley, chickpeas, beans, corn, onions, garlic, sugar beet, plenty of apples, quince, grapes and cherries. Too much pasture area% B