Culinaria Hungary (Anglais) Broché – octobre 2008
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The traditional Hungarian food is very rich in paprika, cabbage, root vegetables, pork, soups, and of course, palinka and wine. They certainly love their sweets and breads.
I am returning to Hungary for another 12 months and will bring this with me. My Hungarian colleagues at the university will find this book very interesting. I will get their opinions on the recipes and see if there are changes or additions that they can recommend.
Here is a book that is part cultural study of Hungary, part beautiful photographic extravaganza, and part recipe book. I think it is superb and recommend it to anyone who travels on a Storyfest Journey to Hungary with me. My favorite parts of the book are on the food traditions of the Hungarian Great Plain with its interesting sketches of Hungarian cowboys, outlaws, and gypsy musicians. I also love the section about the unique Budapest Cafés and their lovely litany of unique desserts -- Gundel Palacsinta, Dobos Torte, Flodni, and expecially Rigo Jancsi. Read the scandalous tale of how the Gypsy violinist ran off with an American heiress and brought fame to this delicious triple-chocolate dessert.
Culinaria Hungary keeps to the high standards of all the books in the Culinaria series. But since my grandfather was a Hungarian sausage-maker, and my grandmother skilled in the intricacies of Hungarian pastires, I can vouch for the quality of this fine book.
and the people are real and hospitable . It is good to see the culture of the country that was occupied
by many nations and incorporated their food into it's traditions . The recipes take knowledge of cooking ,
directions are minimal , it's ok with me , I am used to it . If you enjoy different cultures buy it .
Recipes, history, geography and mouth watering pictures all between the covers of this substantial volume.
I purchased this along with Culinaria Italy: Pasta. Pesto. Passion.as I am of Hungarian descent and my wife Italian.