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#1 Arpa

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Posted 18 September 2010 - 10:06 AM

Please pardon silly me. I posted this under another topic (Culture). Here it is with some embellishments.
All in fun. No offense!!
I would love to se videos of a husband pour khash over the wife's head, and the wife poking him with the shampour շամփուր/ շիշ. :D :jester:
http://www.bakedeco....bSkewers440.jpg
http://www.exampler....es/en-garde.jpg
Food Fight- Ուտեստամարտ/Կերակրապատերազմ?
How about we start a war between Խաշգլոխ and Խոզ խորուած officionados.? :P :goof:
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WWIII?
Food wars, Caution, some of the accompanying videos may be offensive..

Armenian Lebanese and a pest.
http://hyeforum.com/...?showtopic=8712
http://starscene.dai...ld-record-5.jpg
How to make tabouleh? Ask the Lebanese.
http://starscene.dai...ummus-tabouleh/
http://www.minyanvil...gest-chocolate/

Armenia Produces World's Largest Chocolate Bar, Turkey Refuses to Recognize Achievement
By Justin Rohrlich
September 15, 2010 12:15 PM
CHOCOLATE REIGN
The Grand Candy Factory in Yerevan, Armenia, has produced the world's biggest chocolate bar, weighing in at 9,702 pounds, as certified by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Take a look at the raw video of the bar's unveiling and Guinness certification, provided by the Associated Press -- it may very well be one of the most thrilling, inspiring examples of the triumph of the human spirit you will see all year:
Armenia is not the only country that takes gigantic servings of food seriously.
In January, an Israeli cooking squad filled a 6.5-yard satellite dish borrowed from a local television station with 9,017 pounds of hummus, which set a new Guinness World Record, doubling the previous record set by a Lebanese team four months earlier, which had broken an earlier record held by Israel.
Lebanon fought back in May with a 22,994-pound serving of hummus, confirmed by a Guinness representative on the scene.
A day later, Lebanon took the competition to another level entirely, bagging the world falafel record with a single 5-ton serving.
Completing the hat trick, Lebanon also holds the world record for the largest plate of tabbouleh, weighing in at 7,825 pounds.
No word yet on whether Armenia intends to add to its ever-swelling national pride with the world's biggest helping of bozbash, kchuch, or boraki.

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Whate are these? Some sound furkish and Greek.
“bozbash, kchuch, or boraki (boerek/boereg“?)“.
Armenian cheese boereg;
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http://blog.clevelan.../large_nina.jpg
What will be next. The Boerek Wars?
Who can make a Boerk as big as the Khosrovi Pourak/Պուրակ Անտառակ?
http://2.bp.blogspot...PM/s1600/15.jpg

http://hyeforum.com/...showtopic=24911

Edited by Arpa, 18 September 2010 - 11:45 AM.


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Posted 18 September 2010 - 11:36 AM

We spend far too much time wondering what the Turks think or not...we should send our youth to Berlin.

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Posted 18 February 2014 - 09:35 AM

FOOD FIGHTS ALL OVER AGAIN

If we get embroiled-emBOILED-Khashvel? in this inane Food Fights and lose, we will have no one to blame but ourselves.
With amateur linguists like you know who.**
Mercifully the Iranian linguist ends the debate with this-
Lavash is an Armenian word and Armenia is the motherland of lavash.

LAVASH-What is next? KHASH or JAJUKH?

http://www.panorama....4/02/17/lavash/
 

Iran official: Lavash is Armenian word and Armenia is motherland of lavash
Iran as well can register lavash in UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage, said the head of the cultural value registration department of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organization, Farhad Nazari, as it is reported by «Tabnak.ir».
Note that RA Deputy Minister of Culture, Arev Samuelyan, during a press conference, on December 23, 2013 declared that the art of making lavash can be included in UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list.
After the statement was published, the Iranian mass media, particularly IRNA, ISNA and taqnab.ir websites actively started to cover the lavash issue.
An Iranian researcher, culture specialist Masoumeh Ebrahimi, and the Council member of the Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia of Iran Ali Bolukbasi referred to the lavash issue in their interview with IRNA news agency and noted that lavash is one of the traditional types of Iranian bread and that Armenia being influenced by Iranian culture took the art of making lavash from Iran.
The head of the cultural value registration department of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organization, Farhad Nazari referring to the issue, particularly noted, The fact that Armenia wants to register lavash in UNESCO doesnt mean that Iran cannot do th
at. There are a vast number of cultural values that are common in different countries. Lavash is an Armenian word and Armenia is the motherland of lavash.


**Who says that DOLMA is an Armenian word from the Urartuan Toli. If only he knew the damage he is causing to our cause, i e saying all but that the furkish non-language is an Urartuaan dialect.
LAVASH ԼաՒաշ with the Hyun please, not ԼաՎաշ with the Ve.
http://hyeforum.com/...=1
Khash
http://hyeforum.com/...=1




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