Lubbock News
Cooking Class attendees enjoyed the Cooking Classes with another fun and educational class

cookingclassAdvanced Turkish Classes started on 21st January for spring semester. Our cook was Gulzire for our first class. She presented us how to cook Manti and roasted red pepper salad. She showed us to two ways of making manti, flat and stuffed. All of our attendants actively participated and had chance to make little packets of manti. After all hard work we did altogether, we had a great lunch with friendly atmosphere.

Here are some comments of our attendants :

"Everything was excellent! The food was wonderful and everyone is always so friendly and welcoming. I learned a lot. Thank you!"

"Amazing, Delicious... I love coming every time!"

"This was a great lesson! I liked learning the two versions for the manti: flat and stuffed. Thank you!"

Hope we will have a great four more classes altogether this semester.


Turkish_Cooking_Classes_2011-12-1Join us for enjoyable Turkish Cuisine classes.You will have a chance to explore the Turkish way of cooking and the rich culture behind it.

Registration fee is $10 for each class.

To register please fill in Turkish Cuisine Class Application form on our website:

Location: Address:

29 Briercroft Office Park

Lubbock, TX 79412

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Telephone: 806-747-0543

Information:For all types of inquiries, please e-mail or call us. -

Turkish Classes are starting at the Raindrop Turkish House Lubbock

RDF_turkish_languageDo you want to explore an ancient land and its wonderful people of many colors and religions? Raindrop Turkish House invites you to join Turkish Classes to learn one of the oldest languages in the world. Classes are centered on learning Turkish grammar, developing proficient speaking and writing skills. Our teachers are native Turkish speakers who are fully qualified to teach Turkish as a second language.

Why Learn Turkish?

Turkey has an ancient history dating back from Homer to John the Baptist, from Seljukids to Suleiman the Magnificent.

Turkey is the cradle of civilizations for Hittites, Romans, Greeks, Persians, Byzantiums, Seljukids, Ottomans, and the mosaic of cultures of different nations like Turks, Greeks, Arabs, Persians, Armenians, and other Caucasian nations.

Raindrop Turkish House Lubbock Host Early Thanksgiving Dinner

IMG_7194On November 22, 2011, Raindrop Turkish House Lubbock in collaboration with The Institute of Interfaith Dialog had celebrated early the thanksgiving with neighbors and friends. Attendees enjoyed the traditional turkey dinner in this early thanksgiving program, and thanked the foundation for being an excellent neighbor for the community. The meal included delicious Thanksgiving turkeys. There was a 10 minute video presentation on the touristic and historical beauties of Turkey made by the Turkish Ministry of Culture followed by a quick presentation on Raindrop Foundation.

(November 22th 2011,Lubbock, TX)

RaindropTurkish House Lubbock participated in International Food Festival at TTU

foodfestivalRaindrop Turkish House participated in the International Food Festival, in collaboration with Turkish Student Association at Texas Tech University,which was organized by the International Cultural Center. Different student organizations and cultural groups came together to share their own food cultures and make dialogues with each other. As Raindrop Turkish House, we served Turkish doner, hand-made gozleme, lentil balls, and baklawa. Out of almost 15 organizations, Raindrop Turkish House was rewarded in the first place by selling the most food and contacting with most people in the event.

(November 13th 2011,Lubbock, TX)

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