Learn how to bake Latifeh cookies with Community Activities Committee member, Nasim Eshgarf! Latifehs are delicate, light, soft Persian pastries, filled with whipped cream and rolled in pistachio slivers. Yum! In Farsi, Latifeh means soft, light, and silky; a very appropriate name for this delicious pastry. Latifeh is originally from Tabriz, a city in The Northwest of Iran and usually is baked during Nowruz, weddings, and engagement parties. Sign up is required and once you sign up, you will be given more details.