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Some Traditional Armenian recipes to serve in celebration of the New Year and Armenian Christmas!

Just when you thought the excessive, festive eating and drinking was behind you, a new year (and a new decade) – plus Armenian Christmas follow right behind.

Enjoy the festivities with a few of our favorite Armenian dishes and beverages.

May the New Decade bring peace, joy, and good health to you all!
Shnorhavor Nor Dari yev Soorp Dznount!

Nevik, Neeveeg– Swiss chard with chickpeas. Photo- Food Network.
Midia dolma– mussels stuffed with rice, currants and pine nuts

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