For those of you stuck in the second coming of the polar vortex, might I suggest installing a tonir in the kitchen? Not only can you use it to bake lavash, you can also use it warm up your toes. (This is me trying out this sock sauna situation in Armenia this past November.) #lavashthebook 🇦🇲
What a treat to see my recipe in the cover of the winter 2018 issue of @gffmag — thank you @erikalenkert ! What a great issue packed with ideas on using oat flour, making gf wontons, cooking root veg, and making Japanese meals at home. 😍
You know who wrote a truly great poached pears recipe? @andreaslonecker in her book on the subject with @shortstackeds — I’m going to use these guys in her poached pear pound cake later this week. ‘Tis the season.
That bag of khorovats-flavored chips I posted earlier this week is an anomaly... Armenian convenience food is usually fruit— like these apples we bought on the way back from Geghard Monastery (which, btw, is worth a visit especially if you’re only going to see one monastery the whole time you’re in Armenia). #lavashthebook
In New York, trying to sleep before an early flight tomorrow morning. But you know what I really want? Armenian-flavored barbecue potato chips. Yes, those are meat skewers. (Barbecue = khorovats) #lavashthebook
@yasminkhanstories interviews #anthonybourdain on the value of bridging cultural divides.“Because I’m willing to get kicked in the teeth and look stupid enough, I often experience random acts of kindness.”