Here’s what you missed this week:
- Nima shares the best way to get in his pants, err– we mean ‘how to keep a man interested‘
- So, is it the Persian Gulf or the Arab Gulf?
- If you’ve been following #MustSeeIran, then you must see this post
- An awesome NY Times Review of Parmys Persian Fusion restaurant in Manhattan. Finally, Tahdig is getting the spotlight it deserves.
How is the English language so impoverished that we do not have a word for the glory of rice brought nearly to a scorch at the bottom of a pot? … In Persian cuisine, it is tahdig and merits almost its own subgenre, with variations from potatoes to lettuce layered beneath rice in a heavy pan.
- You can now get married at the top of the Burj Al Arab hotel at a starting price of $55,000. No, not the top floor. The helipad.
- The Imam Reza Shrine in Mashhad, Iran deserves some hype, and HuffPost agrees.
- Moroccan Artist, Fatima Mazmouz, using her own pregnancy and art to break stereotypes about femininity. It ain’t all pretty all the time.
- Yes, Iranians also know how to skateboard. On the Azadi Tower.
- The clothing scene in Iran is transforming into a “hipper” style… and designers are making a splash all across social media.
- Fashion in Iran pre-revolution – a time before hijab was required and “western fashion” was really Iranian fashion.