The Land of Bread and Spice

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