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  • Location: Fresno, CA
Armenian Food Fri, 05/16/03 3:31 PM (permalink)
I had the best Armenian lunch today. Every year one of the local Armenian churches (we have a large Armenian population here in Fresno), puts on a "merchant's lunch".. that you can eat in or get for take out. It consists of Shishkabob cooked over a wood fired grill, pilaf, salad, peda bread (a soft sesame topped bread), cheese boreg (filo pastry filled with cheese and spices), and bourma (like baklava ..filo layered with honey and nuts). Has anyone else had experience with Armenian food?
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