When the pandemic upended Liam Kazar’s career as a touring musician, he turned to an old passion: food. “Before I wanted to be a musician, I wanted to be a cook,” he explains. Now, Kazar shares dishes from his childhood that encapsulate his family’s journey from Armenia through Syria, Lebanon, and France before they eventually settled in America through Isfahan. Available for delivery only in Kansas City and Chicago, Isfahan prepares personalized family-style dinners for two to ten people designed to create a special at-home dining experience that harkens back to the home-cooked meals he remembers enjoying. Offerings include dolmas, Armenian stuffed hand pies, Persian crispy rice, whole roasted trout, lamb kebabs and paklava, a sentimental favorite of Kazar’s.