Tabbouleh

Eech, perfect Lenten recipe

Once a week, during the Lenten season, Armenian Churches have an evening service, followed by a potluck dinner of Lenten…

4 years ago

The Debut of the Refurbished Shish Kebab Machine

Our saga began when Doug and I decided to present our family’s shish kebab machine to our daughter and her…

8 years ago

Sts. Vartanantz Day

Tomorrow is Sts. Vartanantz Day when Armenians around the world commemorate the Battle of Avarayr which took place in 451…

10 years ago

Red Quinoa Tabbouleh

Doug, Mandy and I were invited to a pot-luck party during the holidays. My natural instinct was to make tabbouleh,…

11 years ago

Tabbouleh vs. Eech: Is there Difference?

Here's where the debate begins. Is there a difference between tabbouleh and eech? Some say there is a difference; others…

12 years ago

St. David Women’s Guild members get taste of Musa Dagh

When I was asked to do a presentation for the Women’s Guild of St. David Armenian Church in Boca Raton,…

13 years ago

Introducing an Armenian dish to an otherwise very American picnic

Picnics are a way of life in South Florida from autumn through springtime. Forget the summer - it’s way too…

14 years ago

Bulgur: The Armenian Almost-Instant Meal

Bulgur might have been the original ready-made meal in a box, if boxes were as old as bulgur. Instead, it…

15 years ago

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