On a Monday morning this past May, on the way from Gyumri to Yerevan, the team behind Lavash the Book and I made a stop in Sarnaghpyur to pay Spartak Aslanyan a visit. Aslanyan, and his cousin, Mrktich Aslanyan, make clay tonirs using a process that probably hasn't changed much in centuries. And since a clay tonir is a fundamental part of traditional lavash, we wanted to learn more about it's constructed. What we learned: you can do a whole lot with just a little. Click here for the whole story, photos, and video.