Category Archives: Agriculture

Dung Na’an and Fresh Yoghurt

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Dung Na’an and Fresh Yoghurt

Photographs courtesy of Zok Pavlovic On one of our forays around the Kabul area, we travelled to the Fort of the Judge (Qala Khazi), located in Southwestern Kabul Province outside the city.  This, to me, is one of the most … Continue reading

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Afghan Ingenuity

Afghan Ingenuity.

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Afghan Ingenuity

Most people who see this picture look at it and say “Now what they hey am I looking at, exactly?” This extremely clever contraption was spotted by my friend, photographer and brilliant geographer, Zok Pavlovic, while we were out surveying … Continue reading

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Na’an sense; or how to fall in love with fresh Afghan bread in one easy bite.

Na’an sense; or how to fall in love with fresh Afghan bread in one easy bite..

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Na’an sense; or how to fall in love with fresh Afghan bread in one easy bite.

I have to admit a minor love affair with na’an, or Afghan bread.  I thoroughly enjoy it’s fresh warm tenderness with just enough burned bits and ash on it to give it character.  When explaining Afghan food to my non-Afghan … Continue reading

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Bronze Age in Kabul

Bronze Age in Kabul.

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