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Hungarian easter recipes

Hungarian easter recipes  - Ham and eggs are traditional fare For the Hungarian celebration of Easter, the...

Hungarian dog breeds – Hungarian Vizsla with heart of gold

The shorthaired Hungarian Vizsla attracts immediate attention merely by its appearence. Because of that...

The Hungarian Unicum Liqueur – Zwack Museum and Visitors’ Centre

Dr. Zwack! Das ist ein Unicum! – declared Joseph II, having tasted the unique drink made for him by his royal...


Fire Restaurant Budapest – For meat lovers!

Fire Churrascaria Steakhouse is one of most elegant restaurant of Budapest, it is a perfect site for any...

Hungarian food recipes – Breaded pork cutlers

Ingredients: 8 pork cutlets (each weighing about 3 1/2 oz/100 g)          ...

Hungarian food recipes – Budapest medallions

This truly Hungarian composition with choice ingredients was created for the restaurant in the Hungarian...


Tips on Hungarian cuisine – Part 1.

Thickening In Hungary soups, sauces, vegetable dishes, and stews arc frequently thickened with Hour, sour...

Hungarian easter eggs and easter customs

"Through the greenwood going / I saw a blue violet growing / I saw it start to wither / Can I water this...

This is the lace Halas!

Unique in the world since 1902… Mysteriously beautiful… Elegant and magnificent... Its value rivals with...


Easter in Hungary – customs and sprinkling poems

Easter in Hungary Two of the most common folk customs are sprinkling and egg-painting, and the two go hand...

Why is it worth to visit Budapest?

Why is it worth to visit Budapest?  Budapest is called: „Paris of Eastern Europe” and „Queen of the Danube”! ...

The king of wines, the wine of kings: Tokaji aszú

Louis XV is said to have remarked to his mistress, Madame de Pompadour, as he handed her a glass of Tokaji...