April 25 2013

Watertown's Sevan Bakery Gives a Lesson on Armenian Cooking on a WGBH Food Show

The East End Middle Eastern bakery and market will be featured in the
latest episode of Neighborhood Kitchen's, which airs Saturday.

By Charlie Breitrose Email the authorApril 25, 2013

WGBH will get a behind the scenes look at Watertown's Sevan Bakery
during an episode of Neighborhood Kitchens, airing on Channel 2 on

Host Margarita Martinez focuses on the food and culture of restaurants
and markets around the Boston area, and this week's show focuses on
the Middle Eastern and Armenian fare at one of Mt. Auburn Street's

Sevan Bakery, co-owner Nuran Chavushian will give host Margarita
Martínez a lesson in Armenian cooking, according to an announcement
from WGBH. They will prepare a feta- and dill-stuffed boreks,
karniyarik with bulghur pilaf, and his family's signature pistachio

Viewers will also get a tour of Sevan's market, sampling the olives,
nuts and dried fruits that fill its shelves.

Sevan Baker will be part of the show's second season.

`I can't wait to take WGBH viewers on a trip across New England every
Saturday afternoon,' Martínez said. `In this season of Neighborhood
Kitchens, we'll explore how New England celebrates the culinary
traditions of Armenian, Mediterranean, Vietnamese, Indian, and Italian
cultures, as well as Boston's storied connection to the sea.'

The show airs at 4 p.m. Saturday on WGBH, Channel 2