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Bejgli – the Hungarian Christmas roll cake recipe

Bejgli (the Hungarian roll cake) is the integral part of Christmas feasts in almost every Hungarian family. Still, many are afraid of making it on their own. I honestly admit that I was the first a bit scared to. I Read more…


My phoney cheesecake – one without using cream cheese

Did you know that the cheesecake originates from the ancient Greeks? There are rumors that at the very first Olympics (776 BC), some cheesecake-like food was served to the athletes. The Greek brides also made this delicacy for their guests. Read more…


Shepherd’s pie – the English/Irish delicacy a little differently

I wanted to share my shepherd’s pie recipe for some time now, but somehow I always put it aside. Now though it has become quite topical because of my fast-approaching trip to England.   It’s an English / Irish hot-pot Read more…


Sour lentil soup – the obligatory New Year meal from my kitchen

It’s the 1st of January, and as any other holiday, this day has its own special meals to be served this day. At Easter we eat eggs and ham, at Christmas we find the Fisherman’s soup on the festive table, Read more…


Fisherman’s Soup – the Hungarian Christmas dish

Today I bring you a recipe that has a great deal of actuality. My father was spinning around the kitchen counter  since the morning so we could have the delicious fisherman’s soup ready to be tasted on the festive table Read more…


Carbonara – the Italian, the real one

We enter an Italian restaurant. We want to have a really tasty Italian pasta. Something that has some salty bacon in it and has a creamy texture. That would be THE carbonara. But not with cream, not at all, that Read more…


Guacamole – the Mexican dip

Guacamole is one of the easiest Mexican specialties to make, which can serve as a perfect dip or even an excellent appetizer! All you need for it is some tortilla chips, toast or any other kind of bread.   In Read more…


Quiche, the French salty pie

I’ve been to France many times and I literally fell in love with their salty pie, in French: quiche. This pie can be made in many different variations and can be  consumed hot or cold, basically any time of the Read more…