Cookbooks

Macaroni with Fried Meat

A simple, yet direct, request was sent to me by reader, Pam: “Please send recipe for Armenian macaroni with meat,…

10 years ago

Another Satisfied Customer! Chamanichur – a fenugreek and water sauce

Remember Bob? He’s the fellow who was looking for ‘chamanichur’. After a bit of emailing back and forth seeking more details…

11 years ago

A night with Chefs Michael Psilakis, Ben Roche, Hugh Acheson & Michael Green

Anyone who's been near a television set in the past decade is aware that Americans now love food and cooking…

11 years ago

Khashlama, a newly discovered, very old Armenian recipe

Have you ever heard Khashlama (Hashlama)? I hadn't, until recently.  Khashlama, simply put, is a boiled meat dish, generally beef…

11 years ago

You Can Never Have too Many Cookbooks!

My passion for collecting cookbooks is widely-known, especially Armenian cookbooks or any that reflect a similar cuisine. Even in today's…

11 years ago

Searching for ‘Noonoog’ and ‘Hyetaliyah’

Two recipe requests were submitted by reader Nancy DerSimonian last January; one for Noonoog, a soup; the other, Hyetaliyah, a…

12 years ago

“Classic Armenian Recipes”: another cookbook discovery

You know how I love cookbooks, and that Doug and I are now writing articles for the AGBU's newly-launched online…

12 years ago

The Armenian Croissant: Ashma, Katah

Leon Kaye...This could be your lucky day! To refresh your memories... a few weeks ago I posted a recipe search…

13 years ago

The real secrets of Armenian cooking are kept by women who are happy to share!

Most people go to bookstores searching for a great novel. Me? I head right to the cookbook section. If, however,…

13 years ago

Yogurt: It’s good all over

My husband’s uncle John Bichakjian, a firm believer in healthy eating, presented Doug's mother with a cookbook called The Complete…

13 years ago

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