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That Hungarian's in My Kitchen: 125 Hungarian/American Recipes (Anglais) Broché – 1 juillet 1997

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For God's Sake, Don't Buy This Cookbook! 28 décembre 1999
Par Robert Kleinman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When I first thumbed through this cookbook, my immediate thought was that some dreadful mistake had been made, and that I'd been sent the wrong cookbook. After all, the recipes (largely unfamiliar to Hungarians, but that's another story) were generally followed by only one paragraph of text. In fact, what I've written up to this point was about all the information the author provided the reader in making each dish.
Well... ghastly, awful, a joke... all three of these terms would fairly and accurately descibe this so-called cookbook. But then it dawned on me, surely this is one of those vanity press jobs. And taken in that light, I think Amazon really ought to point out that fact to would-be buyers ahead of time. So please don't get fooled like I was. Repacking it and returning it to Amazon was certainly no pleasure.
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Enjoyed this cookbook 21 avril 2012
Par Jennifer Richmond - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book as my own family was also Jewish and from Kisvarda. It did not fail in its ability to bring me back in time and to give me a feel on how my own family might have lived and cooked pre-Holocaust..... Thank you for sharing your memories and recipes with me.
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The Joy of Hungarian Kosher Cooking 9 décembre 2003
Par alan schreck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I grew up with Hungarian kosher cooking. My family comes from Kisvarda and Szeredne and Tokaj, and it's an insult to us, and to the martyrs from those places, to say that their cooking was a joke.
There's nothing like the smell of a hot goulash cooking on a cold winter day to warm a person, and to lift his/her spirits.
I enjoy and continue to enjoy Linda Radke's recipes. I just wish she had included more, such as fluden and g'ribener peas.
Not Hungarian 17 décembre 2013
Par Robert S. Heizler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Hungarian Chili? Not where I grew up. Other recipes also did not seem very hungarian. Sorry. Can't recommend it to anyone looking for authentic Hungarian cooking. Retuned it immediately. too bad could not see list of recipes before I ordered. Had to pay for return shipping.
Lots of Hungarians in my kitchen like this cookbook 4 octobre 2013
Par Jennifer Takacs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am Hungarian-American and grew up with Hungarian women that loved cooking so I can give some insight into these recipes.

First, I was happy with the content. It's well rounded with many recipes from my childhood and their very easy to follow. My only complaint is that they only gave the American names instead of having both the American & Hungarian.

My second complaint, the recipes are fine; however, I found myself adding ingredients from other cookbooks and the web where I felt the recipes lacking. That's not to say there's anything wrong with the foundations of these recipes, only that my family came from the Romanian side of Hungary and cooked a little different than mid-landers.

The true beauty of Hungarian cooking is that once you understand the recipes, you can make them your own. There isn't a single Hungarian that hasn't marked up a cookbook for content. This is a good starter cookbook.

Boldog fõzés!
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