Gushfil is a traditional sweet pastry often cooked during Ramadan across different cities of Iran. In these photos, women in Arak, Markazi province, prepare these sweets at home for people who have been fasting. The name Gushfil means ‘Elephant Ears,’ due their shape and appearance. [:fa] Gushfil is a traditional sweet pastry often cooked during […]

Gushfil is a traditional sweet pastry often cooked during Ramadan across different cities of Iran. In these photos, women in Arak, Markazi province, prepare these sweets at home for people who have been fasting. The name Gushfil means ‘Elephant Ears,’ due their shape and appearance.

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Gushfil is a traditional sweet pastry often cooked during Ramadan across different cities of Iran. In these photos, women in Arak, Markazi province, prepare these sweets at home for people who have been fasting. The name Gushfil means ‘Elephant Ears,’ due their shape and appearance.

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Gushfil is a traditional sweet pastry often cooked during Ramadan across different cities of Iran. In these photos, women in Arak, Markazi province, prepare these sweets at home for people who have been fasting. The name Gushfil means ‘Elephant Ears,’ due their shape and appearance.

[:es] Gushfil es una masa dulce tradicional cocinada a menudo durante el mes de Ramadán a través de diferentes ciudades de Irán. En estas fotos, las mujeres en la provincia de Arak central,  preparan estos dulces los cuales son cocinados en el hogar para romper el ayuno. El nombre Gushfil significa “orejas de elefante,” debido a su forma y apariencia.

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