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The Armenian Museum of Watertown, MA announces its Recipe-Sharing Project!

My husband and I started TheArmenianKitchen website in March 2009 with the sole purpose of preserving and sharing Armenian recipes.


Imagine how delighted I was when, just recently, Lucine Kasbarian brought to my attention an Armenian-recipe -sharing project initiated by the Armenian Museum of America in Watertown, MA!

Sarma Gurgood – a family favorite!

Without hesitation, I sent them one of my grandmother’s recipes, Sarma Gurgood, a Musa Daghsi favorite in our household.


The project is open to anyone who has an Armenian recipe and/or custom to share. As a participant, you should understand you are giving the Museum permission to post your recipes and photos on their social media pages and on the Museum’s website


Participants are asked to limit the recipe to 500 words and 2 images. Once the recipe is received, a follow-up email will be sent so that participants can send the recipe’s photo(s). 


Don’t delay – Recipe submissions should be made ASAP!

Are you ready? Simply click on this link to get started!

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