Simply Armenian: Naturally Healthy Ethnic Cooking Made Easy

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Mayreni Pub., 2004 - Cooking - 293 pages
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The secrets of the Armenian table are revealed for North American home cooks. "Simply Armenian" draws on the ancient culinary traditions of the Tigris and Euphrates river basins to explore over 150 classic recipes ranging from inexpensive but tasty peasant fare to special occasion dishes. More than half are meat-free and all are delivered with the cheerful generosity of a neighbor.

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User Review  - BrokenTeepee - LibraryThing

I love to cook. I am sure I have made that rather clear in many posts in this blog. I also love to try new recipes and different cuisines. When I was offered the opportunity to review Simply Armenian ... Read full review

Simply Armenian: Naturally Healthy Ethnic Cooking Made Easy

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Coincidentally, this is the second Armenian cookbook to appear this summer, joining only a handful of titles on the topic. Ghazarian's paternal grandparents emigrated from Turkish Armenia to ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
44
Section 2
47
Section 3
83
Section 4
99
Section 5
143
Section 6
172
Section 7
176
Section 8
189
Section 9
199
Section 10
203
Section 11
210
Section 12
218
Section 13
227
Section 14
250
Section 15
281
Copyright

About the author (2004)

Ghazarian is an experienced cook and a natural teacher with a gift for storytelling. Simply Armenian is her second book inspired by her Armenian heritage, following the publication of Descendants of Noah: Christian Stories from the Armenian Heart now in its 2nd Edition. Simply Armenian is a 2005 Writer's Digest Book Award winner and is featured on Real Simple for PBS episode 6 airing nationally.

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