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Hello, Grape Leaves!

Fresh Grape Leaves

The other day I was talking to my aunt in Baku over skype and she asked me what I had cooked for the day. “Dolma,” I exclaimed. “From canned grape leaves?” “Why? From fresh,” I said happily. “What? Fresh leaves?” Clearly, my aunt was shocked. “This time of year?” I teased her saying how our grapevine is sprawling and how […]

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Cabbage Rolls Stuffed with Meat, Rice, and Fresh Herbs (Kelem Dolmasi)

Hi there. I am back (did I sound like I just awoke from a winter sleep or what?). I hope you all had a great time during the holidays. Happy New Year to you and your loved ones once again. I was planning to begin the new year with a sweet recipe, but changed my mind because I’ve been wanting […]

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Stuffed Eggplants, Peppers and Tomatoes

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This is probably the most popular dish prepared in Azerbaijan in summer. When vegetables and fruits are in abundance, Azerbaijani women like to stuff them:) They stuff eggplants, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, quince and even apples! The general name for all the stuffed yummies is Dolma, which means stuffed in Azeri. Dolma of eggplants, peppers and tomatoes is everybody’s favorite […]

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My First Newspaper Interview!

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Picture Courtesy: Deepa Pant As I am writing this I am still on cloud seven from happiness. As my large fingers (true) are typing what I’ve been intending to share with you for a long time, but waited until it happened, my heart is beating fast and I don’t know where to begin. When I had just started this blog […]

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