Topic: Food

YEREVAN/NEW YORK — Director, writer, producer Michael Barakiva of Israeli-Armenian descent, was born in Haifa, Israel and grew up in the suburbs of New Jersey. He attended Vassar College, and[...]

WASHINGTON — Korean characters known as hangul, Arabic abjad from right to left, German, British, Austrian, American and other websites, and endless Instagram and Facebook pages connected with nearly five[...]

LAS VEGAS (Review Journal) — Iconic Los Angeles brand Randy’s Donuts is coming to Las Vegas — with not one but seven stores. The company has purchased a vacant drive-thru restaurant at[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]

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[...]