Some of these photos are a little wonky, but you expect that here.
|Naryn region. That's in northern Kyrgyzstan south of Issyk-Kul. It's one of the coldest regions of the country and is usually considered to be the most authentically Kyrgyz.|
|From Talas. It's in the northwest part of the country and a bit isolated by the mountains from the rest of the country. I haven't been there since the main road there goes through Kazakhstan.|
|From Chuy region. Bishkek and Tokmok are in Chuy.|
|This is gulchotai. Unfortunately I don't know anything more about this dish, even after searching in Kyrgyz.|
|Ozgocho beshbarmak. Let me know if you know what that means, because I don't, unless it's from Uzgen.|
|Atyrau style. Atyrau is in Kazakhstan on the Caspian Sea, so it's popular to use sturgeon there.|