Grandma's Bread

Cherkezian, Megan
April 2009
Guideposts;Apr2009, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p89
The article offers information on how the author celebrates Easter. She informs that their four generations go to the church first and then have a festive meal together. Easter, she says, is an excuse to make the dishes they love to eat all year around. She says, she loves it when her grandmother invites her to bake choregs and while doing so, tells her stories about her past. The article also provides a recipe for making choregs.


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