Armenian Brunch and History at Home

Spend your Sunday brunch with Linda, our Beirut-born Armenian chef and sugar artist in this online interactive class. We'll make traditional omelets (ejjeh), Armenian cucumber yogurt (jujukh), hummus served with an Armenian bread (lavash), and a popular brunch pastry called kanafeh. Linda will talk about Armenian coffee and the fascinating history of the Middle Eastern region including immigration among those countries that has influenced the food and culture. You’ll receive a zoom link and a recipe packet 3 days before the class starts. You are welcome to cook along in this class or just watch and learn. Instructor: Linda Khachadurian



Start Date

November 8, 2020









Sunday, 11am-1pm. Nov. 8
This class will be online via Zoom. You will receive a link and recipe packet on how to connect 3 days before the class starts.

If you register the day before the class starts or the day of the class, please contact for the zoom link.

Instructors: Linda Khachadurian


Linda Khachadurian

Beirut-born medical editor and international educational nonprofit founder, Linda Khachadurian, studied sculpting in the clay medium in her youth. A life-long sugar fiend, it occurred to her one day, several years ago, to work in the edible medium. In 2015, she started the online shop, Chipper Confections, which gives five percent of proceeds to Pure Water for the World -- an organization that Linda had met a couple of years earlier while writing an article about safe water in Haiti for ReVista: the Harvard Review of Latin America. Since then, her sugar art and chocolate art has been sold at retailers such as UncommonGoods and displayed everywhere from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in LA to the Mariott Marquis in NYC to the Sheraton Boston Hotel. Her science and visual arts background allow her to explore how they intersect with culinary arts. She holds degrees from Johns Hopkins and Harvard.

Websites: (sugar & chocolate art) (educational nonprofit Haiti & Armenia)

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