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Last year we offered everyone a hearty recipe to start
the New Year –
basturma and eggs. Did you try it?

To end 2013, and begin 2014 on a Hye note, my daughter
and her boyfriend treated us to a dinner of homemade pizzas. We started with a
pie topped with an awesome tomato sauce, cooked, chopped (wild-caught, Gulf) shrimp
and lots of shredded mozzarella and parmesan, with a hint of crushed red
pepper. Delicious!
Homemade pizza topped with basturma, soujouk, and feta cheese!

But, our hands-down favorite was the pie made with a whole
wheat crust topped with slivers of basturma, soujouk, crumbled feta cheese,
olives, fresh basil and fresh tomato slices. We washed everything down with bowls
of homemade vegetable soup, and glasses fine red wine! Better than delicious!!

We at The Armenian Kitchen wish everyone Good Health, Prosperity,
and a year filled with Joy and Peace.

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