in Desserts & Sweets Eggs, Cheese, & Yogurt on July 27, 2010 January 24, 2021 Fresh Yogurt and Honey -sweet, creamy and cool: What more is there? with 2 Comments Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email 0 26 Views Robyn’s post the other day about the delights of yogurt in summer brought to mind another simple favorite — madzoon with honey. I remember my father’s delight at his occasional indulgence in this treat from his own childhood in the Old Country. Other times, he’d spoon on freshly stewed apricots or prunes (or both) in place of the honey. None of it held much interest for a kid growing up in the sugary world of Good Humor and Twinkies. As far as I was concerned, madzoon was meant to go with dolma — not dessert. As an adult, I love the contrast between the cold tang of the yogurt and the warm sweetness of honey. The genius is in the simplicity: You just fill your bowl with yogurt and drizzle honey on top. Of course, my idea of “drizzle” may not be quite what the dictionary suggests… (Visited 26 times, 1 visits today) Armenian cooking Armenian dessert Armenian food Armenian food Armenian recipes madsoon madzoon summer treat yogurt yogurt with honey Share This Previous Post← “Classic Armenian Recipes”: another cookbook discovery "Classic Armenian Recipes": another cookbook discovery Next PostWatermelon Revisited → Watermelon Revisited You May Also Like on February 13, 2010 Preparing for Lent on July 30, 2010 Watermelon Revisited on January 9, 2012 I may go flat broke buying flat bread, but it might be worth it!