Naz Deravian

author of “Bottom of the Pot: Persian Recipes and Stories”

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Naz Deravian on KCRW

When Naz Deravian was eight years old, she and her family fled Iran as the 1979 revolution threw their home country into chaos.

How an immigrant from Iran recreated the recipes of her youth

When Naz Deravian was eight years old, she and her family fled Iran as the 1979 revolution threw their home country into chaos.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When Naz Deravian was 8 years old, she and her family fled their home in Iran as the 1979 revolution threw their country into chaos. She grew up in Canada.

In ‘Bottom of the Pot,’ Persian recipes and memories of youth

When Naz Deravian was 8 years old, she and her family fled their home in Iran as the 1979 revolution threw their country into chaos. She grew up in Canada.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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