Paul Malool is an Armenian-American fascinated by his ancestral roots. He enjoys studying the history and culture of Armenia, including cuisine, music and arts.
The Most Delicious Armenian Dishes
Sweet, savory, hearty and everything in between, Armenian cuisine is full of flavor that wraps your taste buds in a warm blanket of rich culture. For the past few years, Paul Malool has been cheffing up some classics in his kitchen and today, he’s sharing his favorites with you!
A delicacy you can dive into for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack, these puff pastries packed with cheese are divine! Flaky with just the right amount of textured bite, boerag is a light and airy pastry squa...
How You Can Help Armenia Right Now!
Call On Your Local Leaders
As Armenia’s conflict with Azerbaijan continues to escalate, the country is asking for help from the United States. Armenian Prime Minister, Nikol Pashinyan, has officially made a plea to the US. However, so far, his plea for support has presently fallen on deaf ears… In order to make our country take a stand, we must engage with our local politicians. Contact your state senator to encourage them to deliver the message that Armenia needs our support!
Village to be built in Shirak Province, Armenia
Armenian-Americans and Armenians worldwide: Armenia is set to build a new village in Shirak Province. This is an incredibly historic move for the country; specifically, Armenians living along the unfinished Kaps Reservoir.
Nearly 14 miles from the city of Gyumri, Armenian, an entirely new village is set to be built. This new area will act as a resettlement for residents of what will soon be the Kaps Reservoir in Shirak Province. The decision was recently approved by the Cabinet, who’ve noted ...
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is an Armenian Culture Enthusiast. Through his gourmet cooking, Malool helps connect Armenian-Americans with the flavors of their roots.
Growing up, Paul Malool was introduced to his Armenian culture at a very young age. Many of his fondest childhood memories are steeped in the mouth watering aromas that permeated his family’s kitchen. From Sunday dinners to holiday events, Malool largely learned about his heritage through his taste buds. Now, with this idea in mind, he cooks up Armenian heri...
Lessons in Armenian Culture by Paul Malool
Armenian Cuisine & Gourmet Cooking
How to Make Dolma
Dolmas, also known as stuffed grape leaves, are traditionally enjoyed as an Armenian appetizer, or hors d’oeuvre. But you can enjoy these delicious treats as a healthy snack, too! If you’re looking to tiptoe into the world of Armenian cuisine, this mediterranean dish is a great introduction.
For this barter, Paul Malool will join you in the kitchen (via pre-recorded video!) to teach you how to prepare dolma all on your own. Stic...
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Paul Malool is a proud Armenian-American. He enjoys connecting with his culture through cooking and listening to the classical music of his ancestors.
Since childhood, Paul Malool has been fascinated by his Armenian heritage. As an adult, he dives into Armenian culture with a unique enthusiasm. While he does enjoy following current events in Armenian and diving into the nation’s history, Malool is more focused in his research on his culture. His favorite ways to immerse himself in lessons in ...
Paul Malool is inspired by his Armenian-American culture. Growing up attending Camp Nubar and his family's church, Malool developed a passion for Armenian culture and traditions from a young age. Now, he's passing that love onto his daughter by teaching her about Armenian traditions, cuisine and music. An avid historian, Malool hopes to publish works about the perseverance of Armenian people. He also hopes to share unique tales about the colorful culture associated with his roots! In his spar...
passionate about highlighting the culture of his ancestors. An avid amateur historian, Malool enjoys researching Armenian traditions, music and cuisine. He has even started to dabble in the flavors of his people by trying his hand at gourmet cooking!
Paul Malool is a proud Armenian-American. Since childhood, his family’s roots have acted as an integral part of his cultural identity. Growing up, Malool spent his summers at Camp Nubar, an Armenian summer camp. The cultural elements present at C...
Paul Malool is an Armenian-American who keeps his culture alive by teaching his family about their heritage through cooking and music.
Paul Malool is an Armenian-American with a deep appreciation for his family's culture. The cuisine, in particular, has been a major passion for Malool's for much of his life. Growing up in a predominantly Armenian neighborhood, Malool's foundation intertwined with his roots from the very beginning.
Paul Malool is a proud Armenian-American. Since childhood, his...