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Love the history, recipes, photos! 1 juin 2009
Par Elaine D - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am so happy with this book! I love that it's split up by region of Hungary and full of the history of the dishes, along with the history of the use of certain ingredients such as bacon, plum puree, spritzer wine, etc. I miss my Hungarian grandmother so much and never paid as much attention to her cooking as I should have...it warms my heart (and fills my stomach!) to have access to some of the dishes she used to prepare!
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Beautiful and descriptive 6 janvier 2009
Par E. Karczag - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Out of all the Hungarian cookbooks out there, this offers the largest selection and variance on recipes that I have seen. In addition is has BEAUTIFUL photos and offers you a look in to the history and traditions of Hungary.
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Just wonderful 11 décembre 2009
Par Francois - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have the hardcover version of this book. Payed an obscene amount for it, but it was well worth it. The recipes are clearly described. I also own Horváth Ilona's book titled "Szakácskönyv," which seems to be very widely used in Hungary, but the recipes are harder to decipher.

Anikó Gergely's book is just spectacular. It has lots of fascinating background information, lots of beautiful pictures, and solid recipes for making authentic Hungarian food. I recently made Pörkölt Csirke (in an Emile Henry Tagine for the heck of it). It came out great.

My other favorite was Spenót which reminded me of the same dish my Mom made when I was a kid still living in Hungary.

If you want to see how obsessed Hungarians are with food, just do an image search on Google for "vásárcsarnok budapest". Keep in mind that this enormous building is in the center of Budapest. You can buy goose liver the size of an American football, or any kind of game you can think of, or fish, or paprika, or garlic, or sausage, salami, etc. If it's edible, they have it.
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Beautiful Cookbook! 15 janvier 2009
Par Hobby Home Cook - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Brings back memories from my childhood and looking forward to trying recipes like mom used to make. Sorry I don't have hers, but hoping these will come close. Beautiful pics and history, and very reasonable price! Would make an impressive gift! Looks much more expensive.
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Great balance of authentic recipes and imagery 27 juillet 2011
Par Peter Pawinski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Normally, I'm the type of person who prefers a no-nonsense reference to cookery like Joy of Cooking to "pretty" cookbooks with pages of beautiful photography that tend to lack in recipes. This is an effective balance between the two:pretty enough to serve as a coffeetable book for leafing through just to admire the wonderful imagery conveying a sense of the country and the cuisine, and an informative, extensive source for the food researcher. With over 150 recipes, this book covers a wide range of Hungarian cookery, including short sections on Serbian and Transylvanian influences. The notes on the use of paprika and the technique of using it properly (add to oil and onions off the burner or over low heat to prevent from scorching, then add wet ingredients before returning to heat) are invaluable.

I lived in Hungary for 5 years, and even in its homeland, this book in the native language has become a popular reference. The recipes are "authentic," insofar as "authentic" could be defined within a traditional cuisine, and the book does an effective job in capturing the spirit of the Magyar people and their food. All in all, this the English-language cookbook I would recommend for anyone interested in learning about the cuisine. Karoly Gundel's _Gundel's Hungarian Cookbook_ would be a great companion piece, but if I had to pick one book for someone beginning to explore Hungarian food, this would be my undisputed choice.
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