The Land of Bread and Spice

A cook preparing a mosque meal in Isfahan. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
Women in Isfahan carrying pots of khoresht-e gheimeh, lamb and split pea stew. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
Fereydoon AbbasNejad at his family's home near the city of Qazvin. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
Fereydoon AbbasNejad's family having lunch at their home near the city of Qazvin. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
The late Minou Saberi (left), and Maryam Khanum, cooking beans. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
Dried black limes, which lend complex and subtle sourness to Iranian dishes. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
Sabzi, an herb salad that is served with most Persian meals. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »
A roadside cafe in Gilan province that specializes in kebabs. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
Bakers making nan-e barbari in Tehran. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
A vendor in a bazaar in Isfahan. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
A spice seller in Isfahan. Back to The Land of Bread and Spice »Ali Farboud
A woman crosses a street in Tehran. Back to All You Can Eat »Ali Farboud