Christine Vartanian Datian

Christine Vartanian Datian
Christine Datian, a Fresno native, is a copywriter and technical writer who has been published in Sunset and Cooking Light Magazines for over a decade. Christine is a graduate of California State University, Fresno (CSUF) with a Master of Arts Degree in Mass Communications. She attributes her accomplishments and interests in writing and creating new recipes to her mother Alice, and her late grandmother, Mrs. Peppy Sarkisian, a native of Adana, Turkey.
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Eech (or eetch) is a traditional Armenian dish consisting of fine bulgur, onions, tomatoes, tomato paste, bell peppers, lemon juice, olive oil, green onions, parsley, and seasonings, incorporated to create a robust and fragrant[...]

Original recipe and photos are courtesy of Salpy Rozario at Salpy’s International Kitchen food blog launched in 2013.  Salpy regularly posts an amazing array of recipes at her international food blog like this[...]

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