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first_imgMiami, Florida – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineMichelin-star Executive Chef David Werly recently debuted a tantalizing selection of seasonal share-style dishes at The Restaurant, the luxurious Setai’s decadent eatery. Meals draw upon the culinary traditions of the Far East and West for a contemporary, yet authentic menu sure to please even the most discerning palates.Chef Werly and his expert team use only the finest ingredients, sourced both locally and from around the world, to prepare truly outstanding fare in The Restaurant’s open exhibition kitchen, leading you on a gastronomic journey through The Wok, The Steam, The Tandoor, The Curries and The Rotisserie & Grill.Standouts from fall’s new offerings include:• Sea Bass Pla Pao Rom Fan: Sea bass smoked with jasmine tea, star anis, cinnamon, cucumber and tomato relish, served with sticky coconut rice • Milk Fed Veal Chop: Preserved lemon polenta and lemongrass infused granny smith with sauce grenobloise • Gaika Ghost: Beef short ribs, curry, flavored with cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, and red wine, served with crispy butternut squash • Gai Hor Bai Toy, Chicken wrapped in pandanus leaf with cilantro roots, lemongrass, sesame oil and sweet soy sauceOf course, chef Werly’s signature favorites, including his inspired hamachi and homemade foie gras, still grace the menu.Match your meal with top selections from The Restaurant’s new Bottleshock menu, stocking wines hand-selected from around the globe by expert sommelier Dwayne Savoie, all with a rating of 90 points or higher from Wine Spectator. The likes of Chateau D’Yquem Black Bordeaux, France 2004 and Ducru Beaucaillou St. Julien, Bordeau, France 2005, are offered at 40 percent off.www.setai.comlast_img read more

Turkey neutralised almost 2400 terrorists in 2018 – minister

first_imgTOPSHOT – A Turkish-backed Syrian rebel fighters hold Turkish national flag (R) and Free Syrian Army flags (L) at a checkpoint in the Syrian town of Azaz on a road leading to Afrin, on February 1, 2018.Clashes raged between Turkish-backed forces and Kurdish militia in Syria’s Afrin region on January 31, 2018, as wounded civilians fled intense Turkish air strikes. Turkey and allied Syrian rebels have pressed on with Operation Olive Branch in the Kurdish-controlled Afrin enclave despite mounting international concern and reports of rising civilian casualties. / AFP PHOTO / OZAN KOSE Turkish gendarmerie of Provincial Gendarmerie Command stands guard during winter solstice to provide safety as they continue to carry out operations against PKK/KCK terrorists in Van province of Turkey on December 21, 2018. (AA)Turkey “neutralised” almost 2,400 terrorists in 147 major counter-terrorism operations in 2018, Turkey’s defence minister said on Tuesday, during his visit to the Turkish military brigades deployed on the border with Syria. Defence Minister Hulusi Akar says Ankara carried 147 major counter-terrorism operations, and air strikes destroyed 922 targets including arms depots and shelters used by terrorists. Hulusi Akar said the Turkish air strikes also destroyed 922 targets which include ammunition depots and shelters used by the terrorists.Turkish authorities often use the word “neutralised” in their statements to imply the terrorists in question either surrendered or were killed or captured.Turkish Chief of General Staff Yasar Guler, Land Forces Commander Umit Dundar, Air Forces Commander Hasan Kucukakyuz and Naval Forces Commander Adnan Ozbal also accompanied Akar.‘This process will continue’Following his visit, Akar held a telephone conversation with Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.“You made history in [Syria’s] Jarablus and Afrin cities and I know this process will continue like this after that,” Erdogan told Akar during the phone call.In the last two years, Turkey has successfully carried out two counter-terrorist operations in Syria –– Operations Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch –– to eradicate the presence of YPG/PKK and Daesh terrorists near Turkey’s borders, and a third one is expected, east of the Euphrates River.In its more than 30-year terror campaign against Turkey, the PKK –– listed as a terrorist organisation by Turkey, the US and the EU –– has been responsible for the deaths of some 40,000 people, including women and children.The YPG is its Syrian branch.Source: AA London best pest control last_img read more