May 22, 2017

FEZANA JOURNAL and the Federation of Zoroastrian Associations in North America

Journal Archive Current Issue FEZANA JOURNAL and the Federation of Zoroastrian Associations in North America  Print Subscriptions, Online Subscriptions are available to the FEZANA JOURNAL. (Click here to subscribe)  If you are not already a subscriber to the FEZANA JOURNAL, you don’t know what you you are missing.

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May 13, 2017

Mother’s Day Pink Color Ravo

New: Use food color to enhance. Be creative. This Mother’s day make your mom a traditional dish with a new color. It is very easy  and tastes the same 🙂 A chef’s creativity lies in their ability to create a new dish, a new twist and a new flair. Chef’s learn to appeal to the […]

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May 10, 2017

Looking for a Mother’s Day gift for a mom who loves to cook?

Looking for a Mother’s Day gift for a mom who loves to cook? We have you covered with  12 cookbooks. Each cookbook is beautiful and rich enough to please even the pickiest mom-chef. From a favorite Dhansak meal with Kavabs and fixings to Parsi Desserts and Snacks (the recipes are seriously delish!) to Vegetarian’s Delights, […]

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May 7, 2017

An ancient and original treat – Gor Papri

Kudos to Villy Divecha‎ who made it recently! Recipe by Shirin Byramji  Gor Papri was made by parsi grandmothers who had a sweet tooth. It is a good treat for nursing mothers to have while breast feeding their baby since ginger powder encourages milk production in the mother and the sugar gives energy. It is a forgotten […]

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April 19, 2017

British, Portuguese and French influences on Parsi Cuisine in India

Parsi recipes travelled from Persia to the beaches of Gujarat, up north India, then to the west of India, east India and south India, acquiring technique and adding new flavours to the food. Pallonji raspberry soda is a popular drink served during Parsi weddings.(Shutterstock) Despite their dwindling population, the Parsis strive to preserve the legacy […]

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April 18, 2017

Health Benefits of Basil Seeds (Sabja or Tukmaria Seeds)

Tukmaria Seeds (ocimum basilicum) are also known as Basil Seeds and Edible Vegetable Seeds. They are holy seeds in many Asian countries, due to their exceptional qualities. Although tukmaria has been part of a balanced diet in many countries for ages, it is almost unknown in many western countries. In part due to the success […]

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