I think it is exciting! It has a lot of great recipes, and beautiful photographs. My father was born in Budapest. His family owned and ran the Bodo Coffeehouse in the early 1900’s, where they served this style food .
I can now make recipes and dream about what that era must have been like. Thanks to the Dobos family for this wonderful cookbook.
I LOVE the cookbook you’ve written! The pictures are beautiful and really help to clarify the recipes. The recipes are wonderful, and your directions are very easy to understand
My ancestors were from Risce, and I am very interested in the recipes that are handed down from generation to generation.
I’m sorry that I didn’t know about you when I traveled to Hungary in 2004 to learn about Hungarian baking. Thank you so much for all the work you have done to carry on the Hungarian culinary traditions. When you publish your dessert cookbook, please let me know.
Erzsebet, I like your cookbook very much. My friends here in Australia love when I make Hungarian dishes for them. They often ask about the preparation method and the ingredients. I have lots of recipe books from my grandmother, but all of them are in Hungarian.
I bought "A Taste of Hungary" because it contains some of my favorite Hungarian recipes (some game dishes would have been nice to have been included too, but I look forward to them in your next cookbook) which I can easily show to my friends. The beautiful photos make the cookbook practical and visually attractive.
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