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I spent 10 days in Hungary and had an amazing time. We visited 5 citites and a small village. The land was beautiful and the food matched. We literally ate the whole time we were there.Túró Rudi,Meggyleves, Pilotos, kurtos kalacs, chicken paprikas... I miss it all so much.
Amber, United States
I am a 3rd generation Hungarian living in St. Louis, Missouri. My paternal immigrant ancestors (Orosz) were of the peasant class and came over in the very early '30s. My maternal ones (Nagy) were more of the aristocratic class and came over a bit later. Hungarian dialects were spoken in my household until I was well into grade school (until may grandparents began to pass on), but customs and foods still pervade. My wife and I, even though she isn't Hungarian, try to keep these alive, especially during the holidays with the foods. I love the richness of your site. I hope we can one day visit Hungary and even perhaps find some stray relatives there if possible. Many have gone to Romania and we've lost touch. Your site helps me recall memories of my childhood and all that my grandparents taught me about life in Hungary. Keep up the great work. And thanks again.I'll be trying some of your recipes like catfish paprika (a very popular fish in Missouri).
Franklin Oros, United States
What a wonderful website!
I visited Hungary for the first time back in May 2010. I spent one glorious month immersed in the 'wellness rituals' of Hungary--first, a week soaking in assorted thermal waters in Budapest (the Gellert, Rudas, Lucas, Szeychenyi, etc.), then, after that, three full weeks at in the spa town of Heviz. In Heviz, I had a full slate of treatments almost every day. These treatments included massages, mud packs, physiotherapy, carbon dioxide baths, electrode therapy, etc.
When not in treatments, I was soaking in thermal pools at the hotel where I stayed, or in the truly amazing thermal Lake Heviz among the blooming lily pads. Outside of treatments and soaking in water from hot springs, I ate the most amazing foods, and drank gallons and gallons of local mineral water.
And despite my inability to say more than 2 words in Hungarian, I had the most wonderful interactions local with residents. I absolutely loved my time there. I even met relatives I hadn't met before, and discovered Hungarian roots I didn't know I had, in a border region that once belonged to Hungary, but, since 1921,is under the rule of Austria. Overwhelming, the whole experience.
I can't wait to go back. Until then, I keep up the spa traditions by driving 1.5 hours once a week, to soak in the closest hot springs to where I live in Canada. And I also get weekly massages now. But truthfully, I prefer the daily rituals that I enjoyed so much in Hungary (which, of course, is why I can't wait to go back)!!!
You have many interesting recipes on this site. Once I've tried a few, I'll report back
Karyn E. karyneisler.com
I have bookmarked this web site, it is fantastic, very informative and fun to browse. I look forward to spending a lot of time on your web site.
Dr. Martin Á.
You've nailed the meat soup! I was raised on that stuff and really needed to get a fix.
Thanks! Great site too from one SBI'er to another.
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