Traditional armenian Easter eggs dyed with onion skins are beautiful, "green", economical and incredibly easy.
I grew up in Los Angeles, CA in the 60's back when there were not too many Armenians around. In the fall and winter, when the quince would ripen, my grandmother would bring this beautiful fruit home and make her...
Do you love to participate in charity events but hate to ask for donations? That's me all the way. But I have found some tried and true ways to get to my fundraising goal. I'm at it again...and here's what I'm doing.
There's always a reason to celebrate! Armenians will celebrate their baby's first tooth with an Agra Hadeeg Party! Invite your friends and family and figure out your baby's future profession at the same time! It's all...
Heriseh, or Keshkeg, is a traditional Armenian recipe made of meat and whole wheat berries
This recipe for my grandmother's stuffed grape leaves traveled from Armenia where she was born, to Marseilles, France (where she fled during the Armenian Genocide), to New York through Ellis Island, and then to Southern...