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Iranian new year's feast is worth the effort

Roya Touran prepares ash-e reshteh in her Westwood home. Roya Touran prepares ash-e reshteh in her Westwood home. (Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe)
By Jane Dornbusch
Globe Correspondent / March 11, 2009

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WESTWOOD - Of all the New Year celebrations enjoyed the world over, the Persian Nowruz falls at the most logical time of year: On the first day of spring, a time of new beginnings and fresh hope. It may be precisely on March 21, or a day before or after (this year it's on March 20), but it's always tied ... (Full article: 647 words)

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