Karas (clay pots) used in winemaking. (Photo by Sossi Madzounian, My Armenia Program)

Karas (clay pots) used in winemaking. (Photo by Sossi Madzounian, My Armenia Program)

Taste Local Food & Wine

There is an Armenian saying that the table should be so covered with dishes that a guest should never be able to fit their open palm on the tabletop. Meals in Armenia are a feast of fresh vegetables and fruits, mountain herbs and greens, local meats and fish, regional cheeses and dairy, wines and brandy, homemade fruit vodkas, and intense Armenian coffee.​ My Armenia works with scholars and communities to document these traditions and supports cultural experiences that offer opportunities to connect with Armenia’s culinary heritage.

These experiences represent individuals and organizations who have benefited from support from My Armenia-led training activities.

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