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This Armenian Store Fixtures index page aggregates links
to all post and photos of retail merchandising, display, and outfitting
as well as deep Background courtesy of Wikipedia.

BACKSTORY: Armenian cuisine includes the foods and cooking techniques of the Armenian people and traditional Armenian foods and dishes. The cuisine reflects the history and geography where Armenians have lived as well as sharing outside influences from European and Levantine cuisines. The cuisine also reflects the traditional crops and animals grown and raised in Armenian populated areas.

The preparation of meat, fish, and vegetable dishes in an Armenian kitchen often requires stuffing, frothing, and puréeing.[1] Lamb, eggplant, and bread (lavash) are basic features of Armenian cuisine. Armenians traditionally used cracked wheat (bulgur) in preference to maize and rice.[2] The flavor of the food relies on the quality and freshness of the ingredients rather than on excessive use of spices.[3]

Fresh herbs are used extensively, both in the food and as accompaniments. Dried herbs are used in the winter, when fresh herbs are not available.[4]Wheat is the primary grain and is found in a variety of forms, such as: whole wheat, shelled wheat, bulgur (parboiled cracked wheat), semolina, farina, and flour.[2] Historically, rice was used mostly in the cities and in certain rice-growing areas (e.g., Marash and the region around Yerevan). Legumes are used liberally, especially chick peas, lentils, white beans, and kidney beans. Nuts are used both for texture and to add nutrition to Lenten dishes. Of primary usage are walnuts, almonds, pine nuts, but also hazelnuts, pistachios (in Cilicia), and nuts from regional trees.[5][6]

Fresh and dried fruit are used both as main ingredients and as sour agents. As main ingredients, the following fruit are used: apricots (fresh and dried), quince, melons, and others.[7] As sour agents, the following fruits are used: sumac berries (in dried, powdered form), sour grapes, plums (either sour or dried), pomegranate, apricots, cherries (especially sour cherries), and lemons. In addition to grape leaves, cabbage leaves, chard, beet leaves, radish leaves, strawberry leaves, and others are also stuffed.[8] (SOURCE: Wikipedia)

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ARENIE BACKSTORY: Arenie Armenian Gourmet Foods and Bakery opened its doors in November 2014 in New Jersey to offer the best Armenian and Middle Eastern cuisine. At Arenie, we are passionate about preserving the traditional recipes of our grandmothers’ kitchens, while keeping in mind the needs of contemporary consumers. Our food is freshly made with the finest ingredients. Signature items include: Lahmajoun, Za’atar Bread, Choreg, Tahini Bread, Sou Boureg, Armenian Baklava Arenie serves the needs of today’s busy customers by offering salads, appetizers, and daily specials to grab and go or dine in. Come in today and bring home a home-cooked meal! (Source: Arenie)

Follow Armenian Store Fixtures and merchandising…

” Armenian Gourmet Bakery Cabinet In Clear Acrylic
” Armenian Gourmet Baked Goods Sign Clip Stands
” Armenian Gourmet Grocery Signage In-Store
” Touch Organic Wood Tray Outfitting
” Felt-Lined Mahogany Twinnings Tea Sampler
” Loose Leaf Tea In A Tea Bag Merchandising
Arenie Products Fly Country of Origin Flag Proudly
Bohemian Crystal Glassware Sales in Grocery
Summer Grilling Russian and Armenian Style
Happy Armenian Valentines Day from Arenie
Happy Armenian Halloween Chalkboard by Arenie
Welcome & Bon Appetit Armenian Chalkboard Message
Arenie® In-Store Sign Crawl Promos Catering
Alligator Clip Prime Ingredient in Lentil Soup Specials
Arenie®  Coil Clip Sign Holder For Freshly Baked
Chrome Coil Clip Sign Holder Stands Tall At Arenie®
Kinder Joy® Girl and Boy Kinder Toys
Fresh-Baked Arenie® Armenian Meringue on the March
Arenie® Armenian Meringue Cookies Presented In Red Wicker
Arenie® Armenian Meringue Inviting on Natural Wicker Tray
Coil Clip Hawks Arenie® Armenian Meringue on Sale
Bakery C-Channel Speaks Armenian
Bakery Ready-To-Bake Upright Cooler
Organic Country of Origin Street Level Info
Wicker-Shelf Presentation for Armenian BonBons
Fancy Pistachio Table-Top Sign Holder
Biblical Preserves Merchandised En Masse

Follow Toufayan Baked Goods at…

” Toufayan Armanian Croissant In Gourmet Grocery
Flatbread vs Bread Stick Competition at Toufayan
Toufayan Flatbread Fixturing In Baked Goods

Follow Armenian Meringue merchandising at…

Fresh-Baked Arenie® Armenian Meringue on the March
Arenie® Armenian Meringue Cookies Presented In Red Wicker
Arenie® Armenian Meringue Inviting on Natural Wicker Tray
Coil Clip Hawks Arenie® Armenian Meringue on Sale

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