lavash

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

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

‘A Taste of the Wild Side: Out of Yerevan and into Armenia’s Local Dishes’: a most-interesting article and video!

Last March, Doug and I were contacted by Rebecca Wall, PhD, Program Officer of Research and Communications with the Smithsonian…

6 years ago

Armenia’s cultural profile is rising along with its bread thanks to a new international partnership

Watching village women bake lavash in a sunken tonir oven is a highlight of everyone’s visit to Armenia—everyone except me, of course.…

6 years ago

Tigran Shahverdyan, Scientist, Entrepreneur, and BBQ master!

Tigran Shahverdyan It always starts with a simple request. This one came on June 27th from Tigran Shahverdyan,  a scientist/entrepreneur…

10 years ago

Homemade Basterma – a Labor of Love

Not everyone is fortunate enough to have a Middle Eastern store nearby to purchase ready-to-eat favorites. Just ask reader Mario…

12 years ago

Recipe Search: “Bokon”, a thicker version of Lavash

Reader Devyn is looking for a bread recipe called bokon (boccone). The spelling might not be exact, so searching through…

12 years ago

Hye Quality Bakery Opens eStore

I love the internet! Without it, how else would I have learned that the Hye Quality Bakery in Fresno has…

12 years ago

Lavash- Armenian Cracker Bread

We never heard the word lavash outside Armenian circles until just a few years ago.Now, it pops up everywhere from…

13 years ago

Psssst…This stock never loses its value!

Wasting food is not an option these days. Fortunately, it never was an Armenian trait. As in most Old World…

13 years ago

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