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  • Food

    National Geographic: Yerevan – a city for food lovers
    10:56, 13 Jan 2017
    Siranush Ghazanchyan


    ThexNational Geographicxhas listed Armenia’s capital Yerevan among the sixx“surprising food destinations.”
    “Yerevan is blooming. The capital of Armenia—a tiny country whose natural beauty, culture, and burgeoning tourism industry landed it on our recent list of 10 places that deserve more travelers—has charm in spades and enough places to eat to keep your belly happily filled,” the article reads.
    For a day of good eating, the NationalGeographc advises to choosexCharles Aznavour Squarexas thexcenter point and fan out from there. The author offers to start with axbreakfast of waffles or French toast, try Georgianxkhinkali and dolma after a morning of sightseeing.
    Armenia is known forxkhorovats, meat grilled on a skewer, and the place to get the best khorovats in Yerevan is Proshyan Street (which becomes Paronyan Street).xBarbecue Street, as it’s known, is lined with khorovats restaurants xand roadside grills.
    Along with Yerevan, the list includesxBudapest (Hungary), Detroit (USA), Santiago (Chile), Dakar (Senegal) and Wellington (New Zealand).

    For the full article clickxhere.
    Hayastan or Bust.

  • #2
    Re: Food

    You guys haven't tasted my might just snap off your fingers while eating.

    The trick is do not overcook with oil running down everywhere.

    Also preperation is everything and heat temprature is key.
    B0zkurt Hunter


    • #3
      Re: Food

      Would love to try that Eddo. I make really good ribs but I grill all kinds of things from mushrooms to fish. My family is addicted and I am grilling every weekend. Even winter does not stop my grilling. I use charcoal with different flavors like hickory, mesquite,.. I tried to slow grill a pork butt during the holidays but for the amount of charcoal and time it took, I don't think it was worth it.
      Hayastan or Bust.