Kashkaval is a semi-hard, yellow cheese that derives its name from the Italian cheese "Caciocavallo". It is particularly popular in Eastern Europe and Mediterranean region Kashkaval made from cow's milk is known as Kashkaval vitosha while a variation made from ewe's milk is called Kashkaval balkan. Kashkaval preslav is the name given to the cheese made from a mixture of both milks. In Romania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia it is used as a generic term for all kinds of yellow cheeses. This cheese is also found in Hungary, Croatia, and Turkey. The Romanians call this cheese cascaval, the Greeks kasseri while the Turkish prefer to interpret it as Ksara.
Pişmaniye is a Turkish and Bosnian sweet in fine strands made by blending flour roasted in butter into pulled sugar. It is sometimes garnished with ground pistachio nuts. Although it is sometimes compared to cotton candy, both the ingredients and method of preparation are significantly different.
The karakovan honeycomb is a cure for human’s body. This honeycomb is made from the essential oil of the flora of the high mountains in Anatolia, the scarce flowers and the endemic plants. The karakovan honeycomb has two colors, the black color is made by the queen bee and the white one is made by the cluster bees. Our karakovan honeycomb, the wonder of nature is exported to all over the world.