I baked seven different cookies for my son’s wedding. Happy Tenth Anniversary, Dávid and Jolene!
The second crop of our arugula from our garden produced very well this year. A few days ago, I harvested it and went on a search for a recipe – I wanted something different than my caramelized pear and arugula salad.
It’s good to have a simple recipe in your repertoire for a tasty spread suitable for dinner, snack, or party. And if you can prepare it in a few minutes, that’s a bonus.
Here is a simple and festive salad, which is perfect with ham, fish, and cold roasts. We love it very much. It’s ready in a few moments, especially when using canned (or frozen and thawed) corn and green peas.
Would you like to bring a little spring into your kitchen and life in the winter? Here is a healthy, green, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free soup that fits the bill and uses only a few ingredients.
I’ve had many successes and failures with bejgli. This traditional yeasted dough, filled with poppy seeds and ground walnuts, is very popular in many Central– and Eastern–European nations. The Hungarian Christmas is almost unimaginable without it.
Do you want a special and festive dinner? Roast a duck. Pineapple complements it beautifully both in terms of taste and visually.
Do you think mini quick breads are fun? I think so. They are perfect as gifts! The batter for this recipe is baked in three small loaf pans. You can have three gifts with one baking!
Taste of the tropics in the pancakes. Coconut, coconut milk, mango, and maybe lime syrup.
One of my favorite pastas is the traditional Hungarian cabbage pasta. In my childhood, I always ate it with sugar, but in these days sometimes I prefer the peppered version. I serve it as a second course after a hearty soup. It’s a perfect comfort food, especially on a rainy day.