Topic: Food

By Billy Baker EVERETT, Mass. (Boston Globe) — The second week of March began just as many before it at Leavitt Corp. Peanuts and salt came in the door. Jars of Teddie Peanut Butter went out. Then, seemingly overnight, the coronavirus[...]

By Eric Grossman BOSTON (Time Out Boston) — We all know Boston’s dining scene is booming, and perhaps no cuisine type has seen such growth in recent years as the traditional, colorful fare of the Eastern Mediterranean region and the[...]

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to Mirror-Spectator HARBIN, China — The Armenian community in Harbin was the biggest among the Armenian communities in China in the first half of the 20th century. They have their church and school, various[...]

By Michele Stueven LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Weekly) — “No Passport Required” with Marcus Samuelsson, which explores the food and communities of America’s immigrant neighborhoods, kicked off season 2 on PBS January 20 with the[...]

LOS ANGELES — If you take the best features of Eastern Mediterranean cuisine — fresh produce, lively flavors, approachable dishes — and swirl them with the finest traditions of central Europe and Russia, you have Armenian cuisine.[...]

By Uğur Ümit Üngör Yerevan: From Culinary Desert to Oasis The first time I visited Yerevan was for the fieldwork for my Ph.D. research in the summer of 2006, when I took the tantalizingly slow Soviet night train from Tbilisi. Back[...]

By Kara Baskin BOSTON (Boston Globe) — Armenian-Lebanese restaurateur Nina Festekjian grew up in Lebanon during the Civil War. She and her husband, Raffi, opened Anoush’ella Saj Kitchen to share their favorite childhood recipes with[...]

BOSTON — The South End in the past couple of decades has become a destination for fine dining. A new addition to the list of restaurants there will be Nina and Raffi Festekjian’s anoush’ella saj kitchen, launched by this month. The[...]