Live - Walking

Cooking Aegean Style - A Cooking Class for Everybody

by Unicorn Travel

Public experiences are in English unless specified as otherwise

  • Location
    Sirince, Turkey
  • Duration
    1h (Public) / 1h (Private)
  • Group Size
    Up to 10 guests (Public) / Custom (Private)
  • Language(s)
    • English,
    • Deutsch (German),
    • Türkçe (Turkish)


Together, we will be cooking one of the favorite dishes from the Aegean coast in the small village where I live and women still remember and cherish old recipes of the land. We will be using herbs from my herb garden to do the seasoning. After our labors around the cooking stove, we will enjoy a much earned moment on the terrace of my house overlooking the beautiful village Sirince.

Public Experience Private/Custom Experience
Who You will be one of several joining the experience from across the globe. Exclusive experience for you and/or your party
Interaction You will get a chance to ask questions, however, the guide will be attending to all participants. You will get more one on one time with your guide throughout the experience.
Experience Standard, curated for the public. You can make custom requests to your interests.
When Choose from an available time. Choose from an available time slot or request a specific date and time.
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Preparing for your Experience

If you want to cook with us, then you will be provided with a complete list of the ingredients you will be needing. The class will be interactive and you will have the opportunity to ask for help or directions. I can even look into your individual pots if you want or need to.

Our menu:

Imam Bayildi - Turkish dish consisting of aubergines stuffed with a garlic-flavoured onion and tomato mixture and baked.

Cacik - A Turkish dish made from yoghurt, salt, olive oil, crushed garlic, chopped cucumber, dill, mint, and vinegar, diluted with water.

Flour Halva - A thick, sweet pudding that tastes of warm, toasted flour and browned butter, is both a ceremonial and everyday dish in Turkey.

Meet Your Guide

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Unicorn Travel

Like many oriental names, my name has a positive meaning. It means 'good news'. Although, for your sake, it is much easier that you call me Muj!

In life, many people have their calling. Although I cannot say clearly that I have found mine, I am lucky enough to say I have pursued many callings, professionally and as a dedicated hobbyist.

Alongside being a professional tour guide, hotelier and chef, I write books and present workshops on ancient cooking and I am a traditional architect.

In this one hour together,  I will try to show you how to prepare one of the typical dishes from the Aegean coast of Turkey.