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Tolma Festival: Traditional Armenian ways of wrapping meat in leaves presented anew

The fragrance in the air at the Sardarapat Memorial heralds the opening of the festival of the traditional Armenian dish – tolma. Chefs in white caps enthusiastically explain to visitors the various methods of cooking tolma before treating them to delicious meatballs wrapped in grape and other leaves. “Taste this tolma and you will see it for yourself,” they say.

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16.07.2011 01:30
How about Beer and Wine festival? That ought to be a popular one. And about this 'Fragrance' in the air, Is the author refering to the Aroma released into the atmosphere Before or After consuming Tolma?
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