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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[...]

This recipe is featured in the Collections from the Grapevine Cookbook, published by the Ladies Society of St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church in Fowler, California. This is the late Mary Boyajian Mirigian’s Delightful Cake[...]

Victoria Kabakian, food writer, recipe developer, travel journalist, and founder of the Mission: Food blog since 2009, has been blogging for over eleven years.  A Rhode Island native, she has a particular weakness when it comes to good[...]

Bitlis Tutoo (Sour Cabbage Stew)* Tutoo is an old recipe from the Bitlis and Mush (Mus) regions in Turkey. It is thought by historians to have been brought by the French Crusaders, who later married Armenian women and stayed in the Bitlis[...]

Ingredients: 5 lbs. fresh asparagus 3 quarts water 1 quart vinegar 1/2 cup salt Pickling spice in a bag 5 large cloves garlic, peeled Dried chili peppers (optional) Preparation: Wash and sterilize canning jars. Clean and cut[...]

The new Vegan Armenian Kitchen Cookbook is a joint project between the creator of YouTube’s Vegan Armenian Kitchen, Lena Tashjian, a writer and vegan recipe developer based in Toronto, and Siroon Parseghian, a photographer and creative[...]

Stanley’s Armenian Cuisine Restaurant Recipes courtesy of the late Stanley G. Kooyumjian, a Fresno native and beloved restaurateur and proprietor of the famous Stanley’s Armenian Cuisine Restaurants in Fresno for many years.  [...]

By Dan Janjigian Special to the Mirror-Spectator JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — As an Armenian-American chef, I am constantly looking for ways to integrate the dishes and flavors that I grew up with into my menus. This recipe was born out of that[...]

Recipe and photo courtesy of Robyn and Doug Kalajian at thearmeniankitchen.com. Family gatherings are important, especially when loved ones live far apart.  This past Christmas was significant for Robyn Kalajian’s family because it[...]

Photos and recipe by the late Mrs. Makruhi Movsesyan* courtesy of Robyn Kalajian, a retired culinary teacher and food blogger at thearmeniankitchen.com, the essential Armenian recipe and cooking blog that has become an Armenian-American[...]