The Armenians living in villages on the mountain of Musa Dagh, Syria had a cuisine that was distinct from the traditional cooking of Armenians throughout the rest of of the Middle East. This book preserves the recipes from that area, a small Armenian homeland that the residents evacuated in 1939 when it was transferred from Syria to Turkey. Three sisters have teamed up to produce this wonderful cookbook that provides the recipes as taught to them by their mother and tell the stories of the village where they lived as youngsters.
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This is a wonderful book, it has history and recipes from our Armenian ancestors, like the ones that our relatives didn't pass down to us, of course they never wrote anything down either...the recipes are just like what I use to enjoy as a child in our family, if you like and want to eat Armenian food, this book is a must....