Armenian food

Green Beans and Zucchini (Fassoulia yev Tutum)

Fassoulia literally means ‘bean’ – white, red, green –you get the idea. My husband and I have posted a few…

4 months ago

Armenian String Cheese (Tel Banir)

Even though my family and I LOVE Armenian string cheese (aka Tel Banir or chechil), I'm embarrased to admit I…

6 months ago

Savory Gluten-free Choreg!

Since our daughter Mandy and son-in-law Ron live in upstate NY, Doug and I are always thrilled whenever they visit…

7 months ago

Baked Grape Leaves and Rice Recipe- Shirdov Sini Sarma

My family LOVES stuffed grape leaves, (aka sarma or yalanchi) but the process of stuffing the rice filling into finicky…

10 months ago

Lent and Lenten Recipes

In the Armenian Church, Lent is a “time of joyfulness and purification through repentance”. The Western Church’s less-strict lenten practice…

12 months ago

Ghapama – Stuffed, baked Pumpkin, Kef-style with a song

I started writing a ghapama blog item several months ago, but ended up putting the story on the back burner…

1 year ago

Losh Kebab – an Armenian Hamburger Recipe

One of our go-to recipes is good-old losh kebab – an Armenian 'hamburger' which is much like lule kebab. ‘Lule’…

1 year ago

Post-Thanksgiving Pumpkin Purée & Pumpkin Custard

In late October, my friend Linda gifted me with two small pie pumpkins – not pumpkin pies, but pumpkins from…

2 years ago

Pumpkin Geragoor, a Pumpkin Casserole recipe

With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving just a few days away, you’ve most-likely eaten your fill of pumpkin dishes already.…

2 years ago

Koolunja, Koolenja, or Kooroonja: No Matter Which Name You Use, it’s Still an Easy, ‘Old-Fashioned’ Choreg Recipe!

In the early days of The Armenian Kitchen, I received an email from a gentleman in MA asking if I…

2 years ago

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