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Turks love eating and relishing food. As a result, feast like meals are not out of the ordinary in a Turkish home. If you are present in a Turkish home for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the variety and the effort put into preparing the table will be very evident. In Turkey, having people over for dinner or a tea party is a very common and frequent tradition which involves socialising. It is part of the society, the culture and tradition.
Turkish people are also known to be very hospitable, they might invite you to their houses and share a meal with you even if they don’t know you. There is a saying in Turkey that goes “stranger at the doorstep is the God’s guest”.
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