Naw-Rúz is a New Year holiday celebrated by people of all nationalities and several religions, living all over the world!
I am delighted and honored to be invited to join a collaboration of food bloggers, who are part of a Naw-Rúz Recipe Round-up (Twitter #Norouz). Naw-Rúz, spelled differently by people of different backgrounds, meaning ‘New-Day’,
is celebrated on the day of the astronomical northward equinox, which usually occurs on March 21 or the previous/following day, depending on where it is observed. (California: Thursday, 2014/03/20 at 9:57AM PDT)
At the end of this post, please note the list of bloggers who have participated in the Naw-Rúz Recipe Round-up 2014, with a link to their related recipe posts. Following are my articles and recipes I am including in this round-up (click on the thumbnails).
~ Articles ~
~ Recipes ~
You may recognize some of these outstanding bloggers. They are participants from all backgrounds, who celebrate and/or appreciate this auspicious day. Please take a few moments to check out every one of them. Each linked post is especially put together to celebrate Naw-Rúz with you!
Eid’e Naw-Rúz Mobarak!
Afsaneh’s Persian Kitchen Koloucheh Ahwazi / Ahwazi Cookiees for Nowruz
Ahu Eats Norouz 2014 Recipe: Toot – Persian Mulberry Marzipan Candy
Café Leilee Northern-Iranian Style Herb Stuffed Fish
Family Spice Norouz Twist on Kookoo Sabzi (Persian Herb Quiche with Chard and Kale)
Fig & Quince A Norooz ‘a Palooza
Lucid Food Persian Raisin and Saffron Cookies for Norooz
My Persian Kitchen Naan Gerdooee ~ Persian Walnut Cookie
Simi’s Kitchen New blog for Nowruz
Spice Spoon Noon Berenj-Thumbprint Rice Flour Cookies w Saffron & Rosewater for Persian Nowruz
The Pomegranate Diaries Nowruz Inspired Pistachio, Rosewater & Cardamom Shortbread Cookies
Turmeric & Saffron Loze Nargil – Persian Coconut Sweets with Rosewater & Pistachios for Nowruz
West of Persia Happy Nowruz, Recipe Roundup, and a Classic: Kuku Sabzi on TV
Zozo Baking Nane Nokhodchi Nowruz Iran