Armenian feast in Amish country?

by Beth Shepherd
( August 20th, 2013 )

Armenian kebab
We recently spent a weekend in lovely Lancaster, Pennsylvania, attending a reunion for families with children adopted from Armenia. Who would think we would find an Armenia feast in the middle of the …

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Five things Kim Kardashian would do on a visit to Yerevan

by Beth Shepherd
( August 19th, 2011 )

Not many people travel to Armenia. I count myself as one of the lucky few, having visited three times. Armenia is a beautiful country with a rich history dating back centuries, to the 8th century B.C.

There are many interesting things to do in the capitol city of …

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A picture is worth a thousand words: Food in Armenia

by Beth Shepherd
( January 26th, 2011 )

Traveling in Armenia is a feast for the senses, particularly where food is involved. Dolma, kufta, amazing yogurt and ice cream…and of course, Pakhlava (which many other countries call Bakhlava)! Here are a few pictures of delicious treats I enjoyed on my visits to Armenia.
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