- Saratoga: Celebrate Persian New Year at West Valley College
- Typically, the setting includes apples, vinegar, sumac berries, garlic, a sweet pudding made from germinated wheat and the dried fruit of the oleaster tree. Another highlight will be a gift presentation to college president Brad Davis.
- 'Pasta carries stories'
- And here is Rossi's own oil, pressed from Olea oleaster, the wild olive native to this part of Tuscany. As he speaks, he coils a nest of the freshly made pasta into a deep basket and drops it into the pot of boiling water.
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- Celebrate the Persian New Year at Arya Global Cuisine
- Norooz, or the Persian New Year, is celebrated every year at the spring equinox – March 20. As the first day of spring, Norooz quite fittingly marks the end of winter and the beginning of the growing season.
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