I know mangoes are not an Armenian fruit, but here in Florida, they are in season, abundant, and very inexpensive. In order to celebrate mango season, I have a story to share.
|Mangoes from Bonnie’s garden (Courtesy of www.floridarambler.com)|
editor of the Sun Sentinel newspaper in Fort Lauderdale, asked me to participate
in a recipe-testing project.
expense account from the newspaper so I could adapt and test about a dozen
recipes for a fund-raising project which unfortunately never materialized. What
did come from this effort was a bunch of really wonderful recipes that she and
I have been using ever since.
recipes! It also helps that she has mango trees that produce more fruit than one family could possibly consume.
popular site created by Bonnie and a colleague of hers. If you’re interested
in traveling in Florida, this site is one you must visit!
|Lamb and Mango Stew|
The only other mango recipe posted on The Armenian Kitchen is Lamb and Mango Stew, a Flormenian (Florida- Armenian) recipe. (See photo on right.)
Robyn’s Mango Barbecue Sauce as mentioned in FloridaRambler.com.