Thursday, January 14, 2016

“The city of Samarkand, founded in the 7th century BC and...



"The city of Samarkand, founded in the 7th century BC and now part of modern Uzbekistan, was once a stop on the Silk Road for traders from China, Persia and India. Taste of Samarkand, a restaurant in Queens that celebrates Kosher Uzbek cooking, opened just last August. "It takes time for a meal to unfold, but that is fine," writes @nytfood critic Ligaya Mishan, who tried everything from achichuk, "a deceptively simple assembly of tomatoes and onions booby-trapped with jalapeños, enough to temporarily short-circuit the taste buds," to baklava. Photo by @anrizzy for @nytfood." By nytimes on Instagram.



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