Armenian Food: Fact, Fiction & Folklore

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Lulu.com, 2006 - Всего страниц: 243
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Food is a portal to Armenia's past and present-day culture. This culinary journey across the land called Hayastan presents the rich history, wondrous legends, and fact-filled stories of Armenian cuisine. Authors Irina Petrosian and David Underwood take readers on a memorable tour of Armenia by way of the kitchen. What ancient Armenian fable warned against genetically-altered food? What little-known Armenian fruit may have helped Noah on the ark? What was the diet of David of Sassoun, the legendary Armenian Hercules? What was the influence of the Soviet Union on the food ways of Armenia? What strange and exotic fruits and herbs are sold in Armenia's markets? Why do Armenians go to cemeteries to 'feed' the dead? What role did coffee play in Armenian marriage rituals? If you are curious about one of the world's most ancient cultures, or are contemplating a trip to Armenia, don't miss the chance to read this fascinating book.
 

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Стр. 9 - One fine evening in September [1913] I took a drive from Erivan, the Russian town near Ararat, to see the Armenian villages in the Araxes valley. The plain, that would be arid waste without irrigation, has here come to look like the rich land one sees in Belgium from the Berlin express, small farms intersected with cypress-like Lombardy poplars, but here growing vines, rice and cotton. The presence of orchards - mulberry or peach - is denoted by high mud-walls along the road. As we moved farther...
Стр. 9 - ... waste without irrigation, has here come to look like the rich land one sees in Belgium from the Berlin express, small farms intersected with cypress-like Lombardy poplars, but here growing vines, rice and cotton. The presence of orchards - mulberry or peach - is denoted by high mud-walls along the road. As we moved farther the walls became continuous, and ripe apricots and quinces leaned over them. Water-courses lined our route on each side, feeding the roots of a double row of poplars. At intervals...
Стр. 14 - ... the floor and grab a good big piece of something. One day, as we were leaving our table, I saw the whole lot of them clear the fence, and before you could say 'knife' they had emptied a big dish of apricots, seized everything eatable on the other dishes, and were back over the fence before the waiters could catch them; then they scattered across the club-ground, yelling with glee, to enjoy the spoil.

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