Cîroc – just the name itself with it’s weirdly accented “i” is enough to clue you in that Ciroc is not your average store-brand vodka. Since it was introduced in 2002, Ciroc has positioned itself to be a direct alternative to other brands of vodka, primarily due to the fact that it is made out of grapes instead of wheat (that traditional vodka is made out of).
The nan-e sangak (or simply, sangak) is a very unique and exquisite bread. Its look draws wonder from those who are fortunate enough to behold it: the bread is usually sold in very large and very long sheets (so humungous in fact, that you can cover a small coffee table with it), and its surface is roughly pockmarked with small, distinctive indents.
Seeing veal, beef, and chicken liver at your local butcher’s shop is pretty common- so why is there not much love for pork liver? The best answer to this is that most folks just don’t know how to prepare pork liver properly.