Wishing my beloved readers a very and joyous Norouz! May your 1395 be filled with much happiness and blessings!
Much love, Sanam
Last year my mom asked me if I had decorated my Norouz eggs to look like Haji Firouz. Of course, my answer was no, because frankly, I had not really … Read More
This is an oldie but goodie video to watch for those who want to learn about Norouz!
This video’s title is Nowruz. It is produced by PressTV and it is … Read More
I remember loving Soupeh Jo as a child. There is something about the delicate and creamy texture of barley that I have always liked. My mom makes Soupeh Jo in … Read More
This video is still one of my favorite Norouz related cartoons.
Today’s video’s title is Nowruz and Persian New Year انیمیشن شاد درباره نوروز و هفت سین. It is produced by … Read More
I am faced with a few food related dilemmas every day of my life, or at least that’s how it feels. It’s obvious that I enjoy cooking, but the truth … Read More
Esfand & The Evil Eye
Turmeric, Cinnamon, & Ginger Tea
Asheh Reshteh ~ Persian Noodle Soup
Soupeh Jo ~ Persian Barley Soup
Ghormeh Sabzi ~ Persian Herb Stew
Macaroni ~ Persian Style Spaghetti
Pomegranate Pistachio Chocolate Bark
December 29, 2017
December 26, 2017
Kalbas Skewers & The Perfect Picnic Box
August 10, 2017
Mahi-ye Doodi ~ Smoked White Fish
March 16, 2017
March 8, 2017
Mung Bean Sabzeh
March 7, 2017
Sanam Lamborn, aka The Chef, was born in Iran and currently lives in Los Angeles. Sanam has always enjoyed cooking and she first practiced her cooking skills in her grandmother’s kitchen, who was indeed her inspiration.
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