Virtual Home Baking Festival Will Be Held in Zanjan
According to Ayar Eqtesad, quoting the Zanjan Cultural Heritage Office, Amir Arjomand said that the provincial festival of home baking for the holy month of Ramadan will be held virtually in Zanjan province, adding that the festival aims to promote the preparation of homemade sweets from raw materials. It is natural and healthy.
He continued: “In this festival, participants cook homemade sweets for the holy month of Ramadan and send pictures of them in photos and videos to the Instagram channels page – General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of Zanjan and to the best people.” Along with the exquisite prizes will be appreciated.
Director General of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of Zanjan Province said: Regarding the way of holding this festival, he said: the deadline for submitting works is until the 28th of Ramadan and the names of the winners will be announced at the same time as Eid al-Fitr.
Arjomand added: “This festival is held with the aim of acquainting families with the methods of preparing and nourishing culture and recognizing more sweets and reviving old traditional sweets in Zanjan province, which is to promote the culture of cooking healthy sweets and using healthy food.”
Director General of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of Zanjan Province said: “Traditional sweets of Zanjan can take more place in the basket of souvenir goods of Zanjan Province and help employment and economy of the province and we hope to achieve our goals in this regard and this event can be an effective step.” Achieve the development of this business and introduce the province and make the reputation of traditional Zanjan sweets national and global.
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