For the Persian New Year one should eat dishes that include Sabzi (greens/herbs) to have health, love, closeness to nature and wellness and also Reshteh (in Farsi means string, also noodles) to take a string on our lives - better say to take over and be in control of our own lives and destiny...which is a very good thing...Read More
I made the rolls with a middle eastern touch, a reminder of beauty, of love, feeling of being home. Feeling of being safe, accepted, loved, of being happy ...feeling the hospitality when you enter in a warm cozy middle eastern family, they open their arms wisely, and they offer you their love and of course tea and lots of sweets ….Read More
I made this Chutney yesterday and I didn't think to make a post about it but sometimes quick and everyday recipes turn to lovely easy ones that I personally love to share.Read More
Believe it or not these lovely pancakes are originally from Iran, Gilān.
Gilān is in up north, close to the caspian sea, a very humid and green place, with lots of friendly people and a great food culture. A place close to Iranian turkish regions and Azerbaijan. Sea culture, farms, fishing shores and rice fields are part of this beautiful land...Read More
Strangely Hummus is not that popular in Tehran or northern provinces but it is common among Arab-Iranians in southern Iran because of their Arab influence; and of course because the are close to Arab countries...Read More