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What’s Cookin’ – Sou-boerag (Armenian Cheese Pie)

In my post, Three women who helped shape my world view, I talked about one woman, Gram, who taught me a lot about life as well as a lot about Armenia and great Armenian food. I’ve already posted three of … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Gram’s Armenian Tabouleh Salad

This is my third in a series of Armenian recipes that I have been making lately as I revisit the time that I lived in an Armenian community in Boston in the early 1980s. I talked about Gram (here) in … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Lahmajoon (Armenian Pizza)

One of my favorite Armenian dishes is Lahmajoon, the Armenian version of pizza.  When I lived in Boston, you could buy these at a local Armenian bakery.  As I recall it, they would make lamejun (their spelling) on Thursdays, and it … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Manti (Armenian Soup With Meat Filled Noodle Canoes)

In my post, Three women who helped shape my world view, I talked about an Armenian woman, who everyone referred to as Gram, that I knew in my early 20s.  I listened to her stories while sitting and working with her … Continue reading

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