A special spice cake made on St. Sarkis’ Day. A Mousadaghian tradition. The cake is Lenten and is very aromatic.
Whole wheat cooked and served with sugar and garnishes as walnut, raisins, cinnamon…etc and is served in the celebration of a baby’s first tooth.
This savory sweet is a must have at any Armenian Christmas celebration. Anoushabour…
Day and night cake. The top decoration is the cake crumbs from both cakes which represents the night and day.
usually this keghke is known for its small round shape
Tsite pigigh is in the special dialect of Mousaler which translates ti Tsetov Keghke