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Kate Leahy
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🍪 baker, cookbook author — follow @lavashthebook for latest & greatest updates

Kate Leahy Note size of human and size of goal. My niece has a great goalie stanc

Marion, Massachusetts

  • 22.07.2018 17:56
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Note size of human and size of goal. My niece has a great goalie stance, but her twin brother shot and scored

Kate Leahy @veryfortunatecookie is taking the bold challenge to bake through #coo

  • 21.07.2018 16:12
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@veryfortunatecookie is taking the bold challenge to bake through #cookielove - and making me remember how much I love these @mindysegal genius creations - like peanut brittle peanut butter cookies 👌

Kate Leahy Good night again, Chicago........#chicago #chicagoriver #same

  • 16.07.2018 06:33
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Good night again, Chicago . . . . . . . . #chicago #chicagoriver #samesamebutdifferent #cantgohome #citylights

Kate Leahy Good night, Chicago

  • 15.07.2018 07:20
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Good night, Chicago

Kate Leahy Wilco tribute shot, still kinda cool.......#wilco #yankeehotel

  • 15.07.2018 01:34
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Wilco tribute shot, still kinda cool . . . . . . . #wilco #yankeehotelfoxtrot #chicago #classic #albumcoverart

Kate Leahy I never get the window seat, so I always act like a kid looking out th

  • 11.07.2018 22:34
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I never get the window seat, so I always act like a kid looking out the window on take-off and landing. Today, scenes from SFO ==> ORD (Chicago)

Kate Leahy “All you need is lavash.” @ara_the_rat we couldn’t have said it

  • 09.07.2018 22:57
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“All you need is lavash.” @ara_the_rat we couldn’t have said it better. Your pin is spectacular, and team @lavashthebook is stoked we met in person at the @smithsonianfolklife festival - long live lavash!

Kate Leahy 24 hours in DC continues... this time playing an American tourist in A

  • 08.07.2018 03:28
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24 hours in DC continues... this time playing an American tourist in America

Kate Leahy Making lavash at the @smithsonianfolklife festival ... for mor@footage

The National Mall

  • 07.07.2018 22:30
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Making lavash at the @smithsonianfolklife festival ... for mor@footage, see @lavashthebook stories 😀

Kate Leahy Mixed pickles, Gavar style. @smithsonianfolklife

  • 07.07.2018 21:23
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Mixed pickles, Gavar style. @smithsonianfolklife

Kate Leahy Just an Armenian amphora (called karas) at the @smithsonianfolklife fe

  • 07.07.2018 19:53
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Just an Armenian amphora (called karas) at the @smithsonianfolklife festival

Kate Leahy DC metro: like BART but .... better? Anyway— @smithsonianfolklife he

  • 06.07.2018 23:25
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DC metro: like BART but .... better? Anyway— @smithsonianfolklife here I come! I hope it’s not too hot to fire up the tonir

Kate Leahy A pot of beans = so many possibilities For @lavashthebook we’re tur

  • 02.07.2018 16:55
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A pot of beans = so many possibilities For @lavashthebook we’re turning this pot into a soup, a side, and a filling for samosa-looking lavash triangles. Bean there, done that 😉 . . . . . #armenianfood #lavashthebook #armenia #gorisbeans #beans #recipes #cookbooks

Kate Leahy Dog-sit Sunday...

  • 25.06.2018 02:48
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Dog-sit Sunday...

Kate Leahy wheat berry identification- top one for gurgut, bottom one for harissa

  • 22.06.2018 16:49
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wheat berry identification- top one for gurgut, bottom one for harissa. #lavashthebook

Kate Leahy Wishing I had brought home a teapot from Armenia...what a collection

  • 18.06.2018 23:39
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Wishing I had brought home a teapot from Armenia...what a collection

Kate Leahy Oh, Henry.

  • 16.06.2018 17:27
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Oh, Henry.

Kate Leahy More from the @lavashthebook reading list: Black Dog of Fate, by Pete

  • 12.06.2018 18:09
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More from the @lavashthebook reading list: Black Dog of Fate, by Peter Balakian “Food for us was a complex cultural emblem, an encoded script that embodied the long history and collective memory of our Near Eastern culture. I didn’t know that eating also was a drama whose meaning was entwined in Armenia’s bitter history. In 1960 I hadn’t even heard the phrase “starving Armenians,” nor did I know that my ancestors were among the more than two million Armenians who, if they weren’t killed outright, were marched into the deserts of Turkey in 1915 and left to starve.... In 1960 I was unaware of the morality play of the dinner table, but I was aware of how irritatingly intense my parents were becoming about the propriety and ritual of dining.”