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FEZANA Journal Joys of Retiring in North America.

    by Rita Jamshed Kapadia FEZANA Journal, Winter Issue 2016 So many pleasures await you – there is a certain joy to retiring in North America. One of them is of course the joy of eating good food with activities that keep the body and spirit well-nourished for example Travel, Gardening and Exercise. Good […]

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Khorshed Masi’s  Junglee Palav / Dill (Suva Ni Bhaji) no Palav

by Shirin Engineer Ingredients: I pound Mutton (Goat meat) (if Goat meat is not available then Lamb or Beef can be substituted) 2 potatoes (unpeeled) washed and cut into roughly 1 – 2 inch pieces. 2 cups of Basmati Rice I medium red Onion I bunch of cilantro destemmed and cleaned 1 bunch of Dill […]

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From the Kushti Experts

Every time one buys a new Kushti, one wonders on the question : “How long does one need to buy?” A Kushti is measured on a Gaj basis; a Gaj being approx. 27″ long. Kushti are sold on Gaj + quarter, half and three-fourth lengths.. It is mentioned that besides the 3 rounds on ones waist, one […]

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Happy Holidays and Happy New Year, Jamjoji and Jamarjoji !

Our 2017 Calendar is attached here in the post. Enjoy the calendar, share, and hope you use it in the coming new year. Visit http://www.ParsiCuisine.com for Traditional and Authentic Indian Parsi Recipes, Videos, Cookbooks, ECookbooks free and not-free ones. 🙂 Keep cooking, sharing food with friends and family, and wishing you all good health in […]

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 Zoroastrian link to the Biblical Magi Kings

 Three Kings”, or “Three Wise Men” or the “Magi” In Christian tradition, the Magi (pronounced Greek: μάγοι, magoi), also referred to as the (Three) Wise Men, (Three)Kings, or Kings from the East, are a group of distinguished foreigners who are said to have visited Jesus after his birth, bearing gifts of gold, myrrh and frankincense. They are regular figures in traditional accounts of the nativity and […]

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Vasanu

by Rita Jamshed Kapadia It is to be made exactly as follows: 1 1/2 kg ghee 1/2 kg char jaatna magaz 50 g baval nu goonder (resin of the baval tree) 2 1/4 kg sugar 500 g ghau nu doodh 500 g cummar kakri 400 g dates 100 g akhrot (walnut) soak overnight in hot water, […]

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Bhonu Prakash: Zoroastrians & Food in Historical Perspective – Daniel Sheffield, Princeton University

Bhonu Prakash: Zoroastrians & Food in Historical Perspective – Daniel Sheffield. Dan Sheffield is a professor at Princeton University, New Jersey, US Dan’s website: www.dansheffield.com Video Contents: The Banquets of Persepolis and Ctesiphon Food is integrally tied to our identity. As we say You are what you eat. Eating practices of Zoroastrians in Persepolis flavored with […]

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