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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Food to make my heart SOAR

by Beth Shepherd
( May 5th, 2010 )

“She likes the top of matzoun and the bottom of pilaf,” is an Armenian expression which means ‘she loves everything good.’ I was lucky enough to enjoy a lot of ‘everything good,’ this past Sunday in a hands-on Armenian cooking class fundraiser for SOAR (Society for Orphaned Armenian …

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Cool as a cucumber

by Beth Shepherd
( June 4th, 2009 )

Big Papa and I are an online dating success story. In his profile he wrote, “Frankly, there’s something really therapeutic about pulling weeds after a long week at work.” When I read that, I thought, “This guy is for me!” I love to garden. Feeling the earth between my fingers …

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