The pastry was one of the subjects that the Black Sea was a master. They were the little happiness that was always ready in Aunt Halime’s home and served with tea when guests came. Nokul that was unique to Sinop and also a sailors’ food was also one of these happinesses. Nokul which was included in the dish prepared for the guests coming especially on religious holidays had varieties of minced meat, grapes, walnuts and yogurt. Aunt Halime laid down the nokul that she wrapped delicately in roller form on the pan. He slightly opened it not to stick each other and to cook the inside parts. She gave the nokul on which egg was spread and black sesame was added to her grandchildren with a warm smile.