7 thoughts on “Day 42(b): Samarqand Bazaar”

  1. It is interesting how the food is Middle-Eastern / Indian with still a touch of European. Like Turkish with Indian/Pakistani influence. As you go further east, it will be interesting to see where you start seeing the characteristics of Chinese cuisine.

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  2. Love all the markets It looks liked Turkish Delight or italian Nougat in picture 4 I always spend time in the markets looking at and taking pictures of fruits, vegetables, etc. fascinating and delightful

    Corene

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  3. Reblogged this on Travels with Myself and Others and commented:

    To add to David’s comment and reply about food from Uzbekistan, here are some shots from the market in Bokhara. The market in Tashkent was far larger. I don’t know if Anthony Bourdain has made it there, but it should be on his list for Parts Unknown!

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    1. Hi Tom
      Sorry to confuse you but I inadvertently reposted an old one from 2014 when I was in Uzbekistan. So I’m not there but here in San Francisco. I was just working on deleting it when I saw your comment.
      You can still see the photos in the “Impressionistic Views” that link better to the discussion on the Uzbeki-Korean restaurant I mentioned.
      Möchtest du dieses Jahr in Deutschland reisen? Wohin wirst du reisen? Ich wünsche dich Gute Reise! VV.

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