Breads & Boregs

Carolann Najarian’s Whole Wheat Choreg Experiment

Carolann Najarian is a woman of many talents – she is a retired physician, author, philanthropist, and now, a choreg…

3 years ago

Two Traditional Armenian Recipes to ring-in the New Year

To get you into the spirit of a new year, I felt it appropriate to re-post two traditional Armenian recipes:…

3 years ago

And then came Hurricane Florence – Easy Spinach Pie

Please see update below ... Would you like to hear a not-so-funny story? Doug and I moved to inland South…

4 years ago

It’s time to revisit two traditional Armenian recipes for the New Year!

Sonia Tashjian has been a contributor and friend  to The Armenian Kitchen for many years.  Today, I am re-posting two of…

4 years ago

Pakla-ov Beurag or Payleh Bereg (A Fava Bean, Potato and Onion Turnover)

Pam Moroukian wrote in asking for a recipe for payleh bereg (spelling varies). She referred to a story she’d read…

7 years ago

Pumpkin Bread

One of my go-to autumn recipes is Pumpkin Bread. It’s not too sweet, is easy to make, and goes perfectly…

7 years ago

Homemade Stovetop Lavash

Question: What do you do when you’re out of lavash, you’re not near a store that sells it, and you…

7 years ago

Geghard Monastery, Garni Temple, and freshly made Lavash!

Because our week-long trip to Armenia was mostly dedicated to Genocide Commemorative activities, we really didn’t have much time to…

7 years ago

The Armenian Kitchen’s first ‘Reader Feature’: Mike Minassian and his Perfect Lahmajoun Dough Experiment #3

Our first Reader Feature of 2015 is a person whose name you should recognize - Mike Minassian, from Cordoba, Argentina.…

7 years ago

New Year Bread – DAREHATS (pronounced ‘dar-ee hots’)

Two years ago, I posted a recipe and background information provided by Sonia Tashjian for a bread specifically reserved for…

7 years ago

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