Abosede Ruth, a 25-year-old Nigerian national, has been enrolled in a culinary school in the southeastern province of Gaziantep for four months.
She is planning to open a restaurant in Canada after completing the eight-month training and an eight-month internship program.
"I love cooking and tasting. I want to be a big chef and I want to open a restaurant in Canada," she said.
Prosecutors in the Central Anatolian province of Konya are seeking two to 15 years in jail for two dairy workers after they bathed in milk.
"One suspect put hot water and milk into a tank, got inside and took a bath. The other suspect filmed him," the indictment said.
After bathing in milk, the suspects pour milk to the floor of the dairy plant, according to the indictment.
Some 30,000 shops sell around a total of 900,000 kilograms of traditional döner kebab each day across Turkey, making a great contribution to the local economy, according to the head of a trading group.
"Döner makers are also the main players in the local meat market as they create strong demand," Muhammet Nezif Emek, the head of Döner Shop Owners' Association, told Anadolu Agency.
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One Turkish man says he is determined to make it into the book of Guinness World Records by accomplishing his life-long dream of “making” the biggest döner kebab in the world, weighing three tons. Hakan Soysal, at 42-year-old father of three from the Central Anatolian province of Sivas, has already been accepted as a pre-nominee to the list, Doğan News Agency reported on Feb. 7.
One of Turkey’s most famous dishes, döner kebap, is also very popular in Australia, especially among those who work at night
The European Commission proposal for phosphate additive in the doners was adopted, the EP press service announced.
On Tuesday, the draft report against the use of phosphate supplements in the meat for the doner meat was not adopted with the necessary absolute majority of 376 MEPs, although it received the approval of MEPs in the health commission.
The European Parliament on Dec. 12 will vote on whether to allow phosphate additives in doner kebab production – in a decision that will affect thousands of kebab-shop owners across the continent.