chorag

Breads: Armenian-style, and a Lavash story by Andrew Janjigian

‘Bread is the Staff of Life’. Who hasn’t heard that phrase before? Life-sustaining Armenian breads come in various shapes, sizes,…

8 months ago

Easter Menu Planning? Look no further!

  I don’t know about you, but we’re all about tradition when it comes to Easter. Here’s a recap of…

3 years ago

Coloring Easter Eggs- Armenian Style

It’s never too early to start planning for Easter – arranging baskets of treats for the children, baking plenty of…

4 years ago

AYF Juniors- ‘Back to the Basics’ Seminar

Jenn Taylor is the Chef/ Food Service Director at Lutherlyn, a retreat and summer camp site in western Pennsylvania which hosts Junior  Armenian…

11 years ago

What are you serving for Easter?

It’s Easter time again. Have you finalized your Easter menus? If you don’t know what to prepare, check out some…

11 years ago

Pat and John Nashmy’s Easter Chorag

Just in time for Easter, John and Pat Nashmy of northern NJ were kind enough to share their special chorag…

11 years ago

Getting ready for Easter

Easter -or anytime - Chorag! Are you ready yet? What are you waiting for? Easter is almost here! Did you…

12 years ago

Calling all Kharpertsis!!!

A reader from Massachusetts asked if I knew anything about “koolunja.” He said it is a type of chorag made…

13 years ago

Chorag, Zeytoonian style

I bumped into an old friend, Joe Zeytoonian, teacher and musician, at the Armenian Genocide program last week in Boca…

13 years ago

Savory or sweet, it’s still chorag!

Chorag is a traditional Armenian braided yeast roll. Some like sweet chorag; others a bit savory, so the recipe (and…

13 years ago

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