Whoops. Yesterday, Marash Girl told you all about Tanabour (Tahnabour) and never mentioned a word about Than (tan, pronounced ton)! Tahnabour (in Armenian) means soup made from Tahn. What is Tahn, you ask? Only Marash Girl's favorite drink in the world! Bottled in the Middle East, tahn is tangy yogurt with water, or tangy yogurt with sparkling water as in soda pop and available at all the border crossings! Every time Marash Girl goes to a Middle Eastern restaurant here in New England, she asks for tahn, and if the waiter looks blankly in response, she'll say, "You know . . . I-rrahn (the Turkish word for Tahn, spelled in Turkish, Iran.) If s/he still doesn't understand, Marash Girl simply asks for a glass of iced water and some yogurt. Of course, this doesn't always work, because the yogurt may be too sweet (too fresh), and she'll probably need to add salt . . . And often she does. But made at home, especially on a hot summer's day, a pitcher full of cold Tahn (tart madzoon mixed with water, approximately a 1 to 3 ratio) poured over ice . . . So refreshing, so delicious! շատ համով է!