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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Food Wine Budapest, a Terroir Guide - Review

Food Wine Budapest, a Terroir Guide - Review
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/19/2010

Even in today's digital age it’s great to have a good book to accompany you on your trip to Budapest. So, from time to time we will be reviewing books about Hungary ranging from travel guides to...

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Win Tickets to the Wine Festival

Win Tickets to the Wine Festival
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/04/2010

The 2010 Budapest Wine Festival is just around the corner and we are giving away day passes throughout July and August. The lucky winners will receive admission for two, valid for an entire day at...

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Café Culture in Budapest

Café Culture in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori06/22/2010

Legendary grand cafés of Budapest Hungarians like to start their day with coffee, usually a super strong espresso, followed by more throughout the day. Coffee-to-go and American-style drip coffee...

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Taste of Hungary

Taste of Hungary
Posted by: Roberta Gyori06/06/2010

When it comes to food, Hungarian's don't mess around
Hungarian food's rich flavors are the result of centuries in spicing and cooking, influenced by French, Italian, Turkish, German and Austrian...

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Starbucks is Coming to Budapest

Starbucks is Coming to Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori05/01/2010

Starbucks has picked a location for its first store in Hungary – the WestEnd City Center. The big opening is scheduled for the end of May, beginning of June. So, if you are hooked on Starbucks and...

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Famous Hungarian Wines

Famous Hungarian Wines
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/10/2010

You'll always want your glass half full during your stay in Hungary
Hungary's climate and soil are perfect for growing grapes and winemaking has long traditions. Reflected in folk art, music,...

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Traditional Hungarian Dishes on the Menu

Traditional Hungarian Dishes on the Menu
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/06/2010

'Hungary' puns aside, cuisine is a major component of the culture in Budapest, and the country's traditional dishes must be sampled in order to truly experience Hungary.

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Pálinka, the Hungarian Brandy

Pálinka, the Hungarian Brandy
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/20/2010

Pálinka is a type of fruit brandy, distilled from a variety of fruits grown mainly on the Great Hungarian Plains. It is a strong and intense alcoholic beverage and comes in a variety of flavors,...

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Unicum, the Famous Aperitif

Unicum, the Famous Aperitif
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/19/2010

"Das ist ein Unikum!"
Unicum is a bitter, dark-colored liquor that can be consumed as an aperitif, or after a meal as a digestive. According to legend, the drink was initially presented to Kaiser...

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Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star

Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/16/2010

Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star - The Wall Street Journal, Mar/16/2010
It’s a great day for Hungary! We got our first Michelin Star, along with four “Bib Gourmands”....

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The Lure of the Unpronounceable

The Lure of the Unpronounceable
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/08/2010

The Lure of the Unpronounceable - The Wall Street Journal, Jan/15/2010 Grapes from Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia are gaining a following. An article from The Wall Street Journal...

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Feelin’ Hungary

Feelin’ Hungary
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/05/2010

Feelin' Hungary - The Toronto Star, Jan/13/2010 Here is an article from The Toronto Star to whet your appetite for Hungarian food in Toronto. You may also want to check out our Forum for a list of...

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