The one thing about many of the Iranian soups that is overwhelming, not to mention the Norouz meal itself, is the cleaning and chopping of the herbs. Many people bypass this process by using dried herbs. In recent years Persian markets have been carrying packages of frozen herbs. While these are very convenient and shorten the amount of labor,
Wishing all of you who celebrate Norouz a very happy new year filled with much health, happiness, and success! May 1391 be a fantastic year for all!
I personally love seafood. It wasn’t always that way; as a matter of fact I was not a huge fan as a child. But my mom loved seafood and she …
I am so excited to finish the Food of Life series with an interview with the author herself Mrs. Batmanglij! It was very exciting to try the three …
In early March Mage Publishers sent over the newly publishedÂ Food of Life, Ancient Persian and Modern Iranian Cooking and Ceremonies cookbook by Mrs. Najmieh Batmanglij. I excitedly looked through the book and salivated over the updated recipes from previous editions and the newly added ones. Then I got busy getting ready for all the post related to Norouz and our upcoming yearly Norouz Party followed by life events in general.Â
Saleh Tahvil, the exact time when we transition from winter into spring,Â is only a couple hours away. Today in Los Angeles we are experiencing heavy winds and some rain; kind of hard to believe the first day of spring is upon us weather wise!!! But I am really really really thankful that the weather held up yesterday for our yearly Norouz party.