I'm not sure whether the kids put more fingerprints on the glass cases at this traditional Turkish candy shop (Sekerci Cafer Erol), or whether I did. We couldn't resist the urge to taste a wide variety of cookies, candies and traditional sweets and walked away with a box stuffed with treats. Of course, once we sat down on a neighborhood bench we found out what we knew all along, as delicious as everything was, it was so sugary that we couldn't eat more than a few bites of each. Still, I won't likely get another chance to taste Turkish sweets from a 200 year old, family run shop again soon, so I'm glad I got to try a variety of flavors.Related Links
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