Born in Tehran to a Jewish family, Tannaz has lived in Los Angeles since age one. In her downtime from being an animation technical director, she created her blog All Kinds of Yum as a home for her endless food stories. She’s working on a regional Iranian Jewish cookbook.
To celebrate Hanukkah, Iranian-Jewish-American food blogger Tannaz Sassooni, founder of the food blog All Kinds of Yum, dives into the deliciousness that is fried food, and what it means to make…your own traditions. Hers is a light and crispy funnel cake known as zoulbia, an Iranian confection Tannaz’s mother used to make for her when she was a kid. From our friends at Mash-Up Americans. Hanukkah is a wonderful holiday because it’s celebrated by eating fried foods. In ancient times, a tiny bit of oil kept a… >> Read More