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Breads Interesting how the Farsi word for bread nan is similar to the Indian term. Linguistic fn often gives a sense of how much we all have kn common and how far back that shared history really goes. Lavash Nan-Lavash The thin, flaky, sometimes almost paper-y wallpaper-y bread found widely throughout the Middle East and neighboring regions. Sangyeh, Iranian flat bread fresh from the bakery. A stretchy elliptical bread usually baked on a bed of small stones or pebbles. Comes plain or in varieties topped with sesame or other seeds.

Barbari Nan-e-Barbari A thick bread, oval-shaped and the famous bread staple of the northwestern Iranian town of Tabriz. Perfect to bring along and share on train ride from Tabriz to Istanbul. Our guide, Ali, knew this and bought us a bagful to help us survive our hour journey. Vermicelli noodles sloshed in a cold syrup of sugar and rose water. You can also ask for a sweet lemon juice variety. A specialty of the town of Shiraz. In the short time that we hung out in the old Shiraz bazaar we were offered so many bowls of falooda that we had to start turning them away.

Locals are proud to share this with visitors. Iranian Ice Cream Pistachio and saffron ice cream in Shiraz. In any event, do as the locals do and take a dip of flavors, especially saffron and pistachio. In full disclosure, we thought the mixture was a bit sweet and preferred to drink the carrot juice plain, sans ice cream. But it's worth trying at least once. Halva Pistachio halva at the Tabriz Central Bazaar. This is a popular dessert across this part of the world, especially in neighboring Turkey.

A sweet made from ground sesame paste tahinihalva not only satisfies the sweet tooth but it's also packed with protein.

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One kerrmanshah call it the original power bar. OK, these things are amazing and fabulously unique to Kermanshab. Four leaf fro cookies Looklng from finely sifted chickpea flour, rose water, powdered kermanxhah and sweet spices kkermanshah cardamom — topped off with finely chopped pistachios. Buy kilos of them, lovve as easy as they are to make Lookong home, to make them well is an art exquisitely executed by only the finest bakeries in Iran. Gaz Traditional Persian nougat based on the milky sap collected from angebin, a plant from the Tamarisk family found only in the dry outskirts of the Iranian city of Esfahan. Gaz is spun with various ingredients including rose water, pistachio, almond kernels and saffron.

Gaz is a specialty in the tourist center of Esfahan where you'll find shops selling all variations and qualities. Stock up if you are looking for gifts kermasnhah the sweet-toothed. Look for and purchase the gaz varieties with the highest pistachio count. Lavashak Apricot and pomegranate lavashak fruit leather in Looking for love for fun in kermanshah province. Iran is a dried kermanshaj mecca, so fruit leather lovw. The sweet-tart fruit flavor will make your mouth pucker like never before, after which you won't be able to stop tearing off strips and eating large chunks like an animal.

Some of our favorite lavashak flavors include pomegranate, apricot and sour plum. Beware of lavashak vendors, however. You may think you're buying only a small piece, but you'll end up with enough fruit leather to make an outfit. Koloocheh Klucheh Koloocheh from the town Fuman, northwest Iran. Decorative yet tasty cookies that are special to the town of Fuman northwestern Iran. The town is flush with bakeries selling only these cookies. Koloocheh are stuffed with a cinnamon, walnut and sugar filling. When they are fresh and warm just out of the oven, they are special packages of melt-in-your-mouth goodness. Khoshkar Khoshkar bakers at the Rasht central market.

The khoshkar bandages or leaves are stuffed with walnut, sugar and cinnamon, are typically fried and soaked in a sweet liquid. Camomile flowers grow wild all over the mountains of Kermanshah, as I saw for myself, one very fine day when I went mountain hiking at dawn with my wonderful cousin Mehran and his super duper awesome family. That story is going to have its very own post! Another fun section of any Iranian bazaar is its gem and jewelry section. Ranging from the inexpensive ersatz to posh and pricy objects of desire. Rings, necklaces, medallions, bracelets, pins, you name it, made with all manners of glittering metals gold and silver and gems ranging from firouzeh turquoise — a quintessential Persian stone and also popular name for girls, I myself have a lovely cousin Firouzeh and aghigh carnelian stone — very much a Persian stone and in some ways very much a bazari stone to zomorod emerald and diamonds and you name it.

Time to make our way to other stalls … What do we have here? A tailor and his customer? A tailor with his assistant? A tailor with his spouse? And here we have another tailor. Look at that cocked eyebrow! If looks could kill I would have been a dead woman! How could these Iranian gents possibly concentrate and converse without dunking sugar cubes in hot estekans of tea and taking sugary fragrant sips?

A grizzly ib that did not smell very good either. Suffice it to say that Roshanak and I did not linger. I do confess to loving kaleh pacheh, however. A hypocrite I am. Balal is what we call Persian-style corn on the cob which is charcoal grilled then dipped in salt water and which is a much beloved street food.