Mt. Fuji on my mind!! Today I was missing Japan a little more than usual so I watched the @partsunknowncnn episode from Japan while eating takeout sushi. What do you do when you’re missing a place?? 📷 @netflixn_jill ❤️
How amazing was last night’s “Armenia” episode of @anthonybourdain Parts Unknown on @cnn ? I’ve always been a huge fan of him and his shows, but now more so than ever. Pictured is Armenia’s national dish, Ghapama, it’s a stuffed pumpkin dish often prepared during Christmas and special occasions. It’s stuffed with rice and dried fruits such as, chopped almonds, apples, apricots, plums, dates, prunes and raisins. It’s absolutely delicious 😋 and a must try at our very next Armenian-American thanksgiving.
Bourdain? More like BourdIAN! Two thumbs up for our honorary Armenian @anthonybourdain who gave us an awesome virtual tour of our beloved Homeland! A big thank you from our graduating 8th grade class and Principal here at Chamlian Armenian School for celebrating our cultural heritage and likewise a big thank you to @serjtankian for supporting such an informative and meaningful program. #chamlianpride#partsunknown#culture#armenianpride
Excited to watch this new episode of Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain, who gracefully visited Armenia in the past few weeks and told an amazing story about my people and our deep rooted culture in history. Fun fact, a few years back before Bourdain moved to CNN to do Parts Unknown, his show “No Reservations” was featured on the Travel Channel and on Discovery as well, where his last episode of that show was shot at my dad’s old restaurant called “Primorski”. My dad and My brother got to serve and enjoy an awesome dinner with Anthony Bourdain and his Russian counterpart Zamir Gotta at our then restaurant and from what I gathered, Bourdain is an awesome individual with a zest for life. #partsunknown#armenia#anthonybourdain#cnn#food#travel#history#հայենք