Category Archives: Hungary

Hungarian elegance in the form of Elizabeth Demeter Tatar

My Pandemic activities, to keep me sane, are all over the map. I do my gardening, actually enjoying having impatiens in my front of the house planter since I can attend to them in person and not worry about them … Continue reading

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Leutschauer Hungarian Paprika peppers and citrus

It is just after 7:00 AM on Saturday. One of the first things I read was from the Deerfield Patch: 179 Coronavirus cases in Deerfield, 340 confirmed deaths in Lake County from the invisible killer. What a nice way to … Continue reading

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Waiting for my bogrács…

I am waiting for my bogrács. According to my NTC’s Hungarian and English Dictionary, bogrács means: « stew-pot or kettle . » This ‘kettle’ was used in the past to make ‘gulyásleves’ or goulash soup. Growing up, I knew nothing about this kettle. … Continue reading

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My madeleines…

Most everyone has heard of Proust, I don’t think it is just a French major kind of thing. Many have heard of the his story of having tea and madeleines and having the experience cause him to recall things from … Continue reading

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A Trip to Bende’s…

Sometimes, I cannot refuse a bargain. MK thinks it is in my DNA. I am a good bargain shopper and I don’t mind stopping at more than one store to find what I need. It isn’t even just for bargains, … Continue reading

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