ibrik


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ibrik

(ˈibrik)
n
(Cookery) the Arabic name for cezve
Translations
آبریزآفتابهابریق
इब्रीक़
ibrik
ibrik
ibrikибрик
ibrikıbrık
ابریق
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In the Levant, it is roasted darker and brewed in an 'ibrik' as Turkish coffee, while within the GCC countries it is often roasted lighter and brewed with cardamom.
The self-centering of burrs resulting from the exclusive design, generates consistent granulometry adapted to all brewing methods from Ibrik, Espresso, Pour-over to French-Press.
Roca-Tey R, Samon R, Ibrik O, Roda E, Gonzalez-Oliva JC, Martinez-Cercos R, et al Five years of vascular access stenosis surveillance by blood flow rate measurements during hemodialysis using the Delta-H method.
The show also hosts the Ibrik World Coffee Championships, which sees the world's leading baristas competing to be crowned the world's best.
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.
(17.) Roca-Tey R, Rivas A, Samon R, Ibrik O, Martinez-Cercos R, Viladoms J.
Among them is Rasha Ibrik's "Standing Strong," a striking work capturing a woman in a bright red dress standing beside a stormy sea.
Akan sudan ziyade daha cok ibrik, kazan gibi geleneksel malzemelerle su buraya tasinir (Faroqhi, 1992, 1155).
Ayni zamanda gelin kapinin onune birakilan su kabini (ibrik, testi vb.) tekmeleyerek doker.
Take your pick from one of three soups (lentil, a meaty, bean-filled Moroccan harira, or a thick, rich pumpkin), which is served from an ibrik, those flasks for making Turkish coffee; a plate of grilled limes is passed around, for an easy squeeze of acid.
Ranging from simple beading and stringing to advanced metalworking, most of Ibrik's students come with a specific design they want help executing.
Tradition has also strongly influenced the coffee drinking culture of Eastern Europeans, particularly for those who have embraced the brewing practice of using an ibrik (also known as cerze).