uzbek woman from englishrussia.com...I don't know what those are but they look good! Notice the streets. this must be a very poor country. It is hard to find any pictures of the landscape because most of it is sand and some mountains. A very poor place except for the mosque.
Not merely bread, Krytyy Market, Bukhara, Uzbekistan. For the Uzbeks, 'non' is sacred and more than just food; it's a sign of well-being and traditionally in rural areas, the first thing people bring with them as a gift is 'non' and when leaving, the host won't say goodbye without giving them another 'non'.
"Tajikistan runs on bread and tea. Wherever you are, from a customs post to a shepherd's hut, there will always be a kettle on the boil and a few china bowls filled with light, steaming tea." Tajikistan: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com
Uzbek Breakfast - must go to Tashkent! (Also, beautiful ikat print under this beautiful food)
Dried fruit at Chorsu market, Tashkent, Uzbekistan