Carrie Nahabedian of Naha is one of our longtime top chefs— Phil Vettel certainly thinks so during Restaurant Week— but one who rarely sounds off in the media (though we did talk with her here years ago). But as someone of Armenian extraction, she attracted the attention of an interview show on Armenian television, which spoke with her via Skype for about ten minutes. It takes a little while to get started, but gets interesting once Nahabedian is talking about the influence of her Armenian heritage and other international flavors— "There's borders politically, but there's no borders when it comes to food," she says. Watch it below.
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