Hratch Hovsepian cooks grape juice over low heat until it forms a molasses, which was traditionally eaten throughout the winter. Today’s version of the end-of-harvest festival includes lots more food, including shish kebab, baklava, stuffed grape leaves and other options. The festival is Saturday, Sept. 24.
Hratch Hovsepian cooks grape juice over low heat until it forms a molasses, which was traditionally eaten throughout the winter. Today’s version of the end-of-harvest festival includes lots more food, including shish kebab, baklava, stuffed grape leaves and other options. The festival is Saturday, Sept. 24. Fresno Bee File Photo Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Hratch Hovsepian cooks grape juice over low heat until it forms a molasses, which was traditionally eaten throughout the winter. Today’s version of the end-of-harvest festival includes lots more food, including shish kebab, baklava, stuffed grape leaves and other options. The festival is Saturday, Sept. 24. Fresno Bee File Photo Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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