Culinaria Hungary

Culinaria Hungary

A Celebration of Food and Tradition
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Language: English
Layout: 1000 illustrations, four-color throughout, hardcover
Pages: 320
Size: 21,6 x 25,3 cm/10 x 8,5 inches

Price: 14,95 €
14,99 £
19,99 $


ISBN: 978-3-8480-0876-6
Salami, goulash, marmalade-filled crepes and many other specialties: this is the best of Hungarian cuisine! From hearty casseroles, meat dishes and sweet baked goods all the way to the most exquisite culinary pleasures the “Danube Republic” has to offer, Hungarian cooking offers a wealth of possibilities. The richness of the country’s culinary palette is no accident: the Orient and the Occident are melted in many typical Hungarian recipes that inspire gourmets to wax enthusiastic about the wonders of Hungarian cuisine. This volume is far more than just a cookbook, however. Commentaries describe the tradition of Hungarian wine culture, introduce Tokaj, the king of Hungarian wines, and relate the “fiery” history of the pepper. The texts range across the wide plains of the puszta, the cosmopolitan Danubian metropolis Budapest, and the Hungarian landscape with its sandy plains, mountains and wild, romantic forests. Colorful pictures invite readers to participate in a peasant wedding as well as Easter and Christmas feasts – and to try the refined recipes for themselves.
Further Titles of this Series
Culinaria France
Culinaria France
Culinaria Germany
Culinaria Germany
Culinaria Greece
Culinaria Greece
Culinaria Italy
Culinaria Italy
Culinaria China
Culinaria China
Culinaria Spain
Culinaria Spain
Culinaria Russia
Culinaria Russia
What the press says:

“The photographs are one of my favorite things about the book. There are hundreds of people and food related scenes to take you on a tour of the country. […] Culinaria Hungary is a great choice for those wanting an in-depth guide into the cuisine and food-related traditions of Hungary.”
Review: Culinaria Hungary
Tarasmulticulturaltable.com, October 9, 2015

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