Only a few food is as prestigious as the chocolate in our lives: that small package is everybody’s favorite regardless of age; giving us joy both in health and sickness, for better or worse. So much so that a world without chocolate is almost unimaginable. However, the chocolate has come a long way to acquire the reputation it enjoys today. “Çukulata, A Turkish History of Chocolate” opens a page in history by focusing on the journey of chocolate through the Ottoman lands towards the Turkish Republic until the 1960s, and questions how it came to this part of the world, how it was presented and perceived… together with the intense, sugary scent of cocoa that used to float around long-lost chocolate factories.
Sayfa Sayısı: 240
Boyut: 22.5 x 29.5 cm