The fourth Festival of Food and Colourful Dining Tables was held in the iconic Milad Tower in Tehran.
Mango is a sensuous, juicy, exotic fruit, and one of the most popular tropical ones in many countries, including Iran. The unripe fruit tastes tart and is used for producing pickles and sauces, among other foods.
At first glance, the yummy stuffed meatballs whose filling can undergo changes to fit different tastes might seem difficult to cook, but once you get the hang of the dish, you cannot let go of it.
Beryani is one of the famous Iranian dishes made especially in the central Iranian province of Isfahan. The food has become known around the world and has many fans among Iranians.
Gushfil is a traditional sweet pastry often cooked during Ramadan across different cities of Iran. In these photos, women in Arak, Markazi province, prepare...
The first charity festival celebrating Iftar [the breaking of the daily fast] in Ramadan was held on Thursday June 9. The event was held at Mafakher Museum to benefit MS patients in Arak, Markazi province.
If your Iranian hosts serve Fesenjoon when they have you over, you should know that you are a special guest.
250 Persian language learners who have visited Iran with their own eyes believe that their preconceptions about Iran are not true.
The delicious smell and incredibly pleasant taste of Ghormeh Sabzi have made it so popular with Iranians that you can rarely find one individual who does not like it.
The prune-Spinach stew is a gourmet Iranian food served during both day-to-day meals and formal ceremonies.