St. Sarkis Day, January 26th, 2013

Thank goodness for email! My dear friend Sonia Tashjian reminded me that tomorrow is St. Sarkis Day.
If you haven’t baked
kumba cake or made St. Sarkis Halva yet, you’d better drop everything and get busy! 

Kumba cake photo courtesy of Sonia Tashjian

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, just click on the  recipe names above to return to the previously-posted stories and recipes related to the celebration of St. Sarkis and the Armenian version (well, almost) of Valentine’s Day!

St. Sarkis Halva

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