- September 8, 2013
- Architecture, Film Photography, Made by Me, Recipe Journal, Soup + Stew, The Khohanotz, Travel + Places
- 35MM, ancient armenia, Ararat plains, Armenia, Armenian architecture, Armenian cross-stones, armenian food, Artsakh, Christian Armenian art, comfort food, culture, Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Gandzasar Monastery, Ghazanchetsots Cathedral, Greek-style yogurt, historical, Jugha cemetery, Julfa District, kefir cheese, khachkars, Khor Virap Monastery, kyalagyosh, labneh, Lake Sevan, lavash, lebni, madzoon abour, Masis, medieval churches, Mount Ararat, Nakhijevan, Noravank, one-dish meal, recipe, rural cooking, Sevana Lige, Shushi, soup, southern caucasian cuisine, spas, step-by-step recipe, strained yogurt, Surp Astvatsatsin church, tanabour, Tatev Monastery, Tigranakert, Vayots Dzor, Նախիջեւան, Քյալագյոշ
Rural cooking in Armenia
K’yalagyosh / Քյալագյոշ is an ancient traditional Armenian dish that is made throughout almost all regions of Armenia. This yogurt soup is also known as Chortandjash / Չորթանճաշ or Kelegyosh / քելեգյոշ in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh). In the old days, villagers used dried strained-yogurt to make this hearty soup and served it to guests early in the morning – with dried lavash bread pieces, green onions or white onion wedges and Vodka.
- August 6, 2012
- Eating Out, On Location, Travel + Places
- breakfast, brunch, california, casual dining, comfort food, eggs, farm food, food+cooking, french toast, fried chicken, Hash House A Go Go, Hillcrest, new american, restaurant, San Diego, waffle
The original Hash House a Go Go is nestled just up the hill from downtown in the trendy and hip neighborhood of Hillcrest; one of San Diego’s most distinctive and diverse neighborhoods.
Executive chef Craig “Andy” Beardslee and co-creator and co-founder Johnny Rivera serve off beat New-American food. Expect crazy concoctions, large portions that border on the ridiculous and long lines at brunch time on weekends.