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 New Year’s Eve
– Dare Hats. 

Sonia Tashjian’s Darehats
Sonia recently sent me another photo of the bread, explaining that
this unique bread is from the Sasun region of Armenia.

To see the recipe and previous post, please click here.

We wish you all good luck, health, prosperity, and peace in
the New Year!

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