Articles in: Wine & Cuisine

Hungarians are passionate about their food and wine and Hungary is a great place to experience both. Browse our articles about traditional Hungarian recipes, cooking, wineries, wine regions, restaurants, eating out and more.


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Creamed Vegetables Hungarian Style

Creamed Vegetables Hungarian Style
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/28/2011

Főzelék, a seasonal dish that's very much Hungarian Hungarian cuisine isn’t all about heavy meat stews and hearty dishes with an overdose of paprika. Főzelék, which probably translates best as...

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Wine Tourism Hungarian Style

Wine Tourism Hungarian Style
Posted by: Roberta Gyori06/29/2011

Whether you're new to wine travel or a discriminating wine aficionado, there are several wine regions in Hungary worth visiting. When you take a trip to one of Hungary's famous wine regions you can...

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Korty - When Beer Meets Wine

Korty - When Beer Meets Wine
Posted by: Roberta Gyori05/11/2011

An award winning Hungarian beer speciality While Hungary isn't particularly known for its beer, Korty (sip), a beer speciality fermented with Tokaji Aszú, brakes the trend. Even if you are a beer...

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Eat Breakfast Like a King - in Budapest

Eat Breakfast Like a King - in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/12/2011

Five plus one great breakfast spots in Budapest If you are up for a lazy Saturday or Sunday breakfast here are some of my favorite breakfast spots in Budapest that do breakfast well.

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Vegetarian Restaurants in Budapest

Vegetarian Restaurants in Budapest
Posted by: Zizi03/30/2011

It's not all beef stew and Chicken Paprikash in Hungary While meat may be the main attraction of Hungarian cuisine, there is no need to fret if you are on a meat-free diet, as Budapest's vegetarian...

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Five Pastry Shops Not to Miss in Budapest

Five Pastry Shops Not to Miss in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/24/2011

In Hungary no meal is complete without dessert. Dobos cake (Dobos torta), krémes, cream filling topped with a crisp pastry, chestnut purée (gesztenyepüré) and Gundel palacsinta, a pancake with...

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Mulled Wine

Mulled Wine
Posted by: Roberta Gyori12/01/2010

A traditional winter drink recipe It’s the beginning of the holiday season, Christmas markets and cold winter nights and there is nothing better than a cup of spicy mulled wine to warm your soul...

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Hungarian Sausage and Pálinka

Hungarian Sausage and Pálinka
Posted by: Roberta Gyori09/27/2010

When we think of Hungary, Goulash and Tokaji spring to most people’s mind, however traditional gastronomic culture doesn’t stop at these two staples of Hungarian heritage. Kolbász (sausage) and...

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Lángos, Szentendre and the Danube

Lángos, Szentendre and the Danube
Posted by: Roberta Gyori09/12/2010

The picturesque town of Szentendre, just outside of Budapest, has attracted many artists throughout the years. It’s a town of small treasures, Baroque facades, cobblestone streets, red-tile...

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Famous Wine Regions in Hungary

Famous Wine Regions in Hungary
Posted by: Roberta Gyori08/29/2010

What Hungary lacks in size, it makes up for in wine The small country embraces 22 wine regions, which produce reds, whites, rosés and sparkling wines. Hungary's warm and sunny summers, followed by...

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Traubisoda and the Hungarian Wine Spritzer, Fröccs

Traubisoda and the Hungarian Wine Spritzer, Fröccs
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/22/2010

Summer tends to be very warm in Hungary and the hot weather calls for light and refreshing drinks. You could have a coke or a bier, but Hungarians are more creative than that. Let us introduce you...

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Hidden in Hungary, Treasures on the Vine

Hidden in Hungary, Treasures on the Vine
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/20/2010

Hidden in Hungary, Treasures on the Vine - The New York Times, Jul/19/2010 I love the Tokaj region of Hungary, famous for it's sweet aszu's and white wines, and Evan Rails's article in the New York...

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