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cezve

(ˈdʒɛzvə)
n
(Cookery) a small metal pot, usually of copper, with a long metal handle, used for preparing Turkish, Arabic, or Greek style coffee. Arabic name: ibrik Greek name: briki
[from Arabic jazwa(t) burning log, which was used to heat the pot]
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Fazil Bey, Istanbul Beans are roasted on site, ground in a red antique grinder and brewed in a copper cezve pan.
"The competition, managed by Irish event management company World Coffee Events, is dedicated to the centuries-old art of brewing coffee in a cezve or ibrik - the small, long-handled pot - and showcases the special preparation of brewing coffee through a competition format that celebrates the cultural tradition," says Napier.
More than 10 baristas will prepare cezve or ibrik, commonly referred to as Turkish coffee, utilising the centuries-old art of brewing coffee in a small, long-handled pot.
I then took them to a gift shop and showed them the type of coffee pot they need and explained that to make great Turkish coffee you first of all need to buy a narrow-topped small boiling pot called a cezve (basically a small pan with a long handle), and then find a teaspoon and a heating flame.
Before he took up Turkish coffee, he didn't even own a "cezve" (pronounced "jazz-veh"), the brew's special pot.
In a historic first, Gulfood 2016 also hosted the ninth World Cezve / Ibrik Championship, the first time the competition for the centuries-old art of brewing coffee in a 'Cezve' or 'Ibrik' the small, long-handled pot has been held in the Arabian Gulf.
Gulfood 2016 will be also hosting the ninth World Cezve / Ibrik Championship, first time the competition for the centuries-old art of brewing Coffee.
The cezve (Turkish) and ibrik (Greek) both refer to the traditional long handled cooking pot in which traditional Turkish, Greek and Arabic coffee are brewed.
The art of brewing coffee in a cezve (or ibrik) pot is a centuries-old tradition, and in large areas of the world, such as Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, this is the preferred style of making coffee every day.
Owned and organised by the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE), Gulfood's hosting of the competition, dedicated to the centuries-old art of brewing coffee in a 'Cezve' or 'Ibrik' - the small, long-handled pot - marks the contest's Middle East debut.
In a historic first, Gulfood 2016 will host the ninth World Cezve / Ibrik Championship, the first time the competition for the centuries-old art of brewing coffee in a 'Cezve' or 'Ibrik' - the small, long-handled pot - has been held in the Arabian Gulf.
Other features this year include perennial favourites such as the Gulfood Conference, the Emirates Culinary Guild Salon Culinaire and the Gulfood Awards, while Gulfood 2016 will also host the ninth World Cezve / Ibrik Championship - a competition dedicated to the centuries-old art of brewing coffee in a 'cezve' or 'ibrik', the small, long-handled pot.