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    Posted: 01 November 2011 at 17:09
After the wonderful Halloween fun we had with the Paprika Hendl I found a link for a US based Hungarian cookware to share in case one wants to 'get authentic'!
 
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That's an interesting link you found Ron...some stuff they're selling you rarely see anywhere.
Go ahead...play with your food!
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it's definitely an awesome link, but i can't take credit for it! ann is the one who found itm my friend!
 
i looked through it and found quite a few things i would like to get - but where to start?
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I sure like the big pots to hang over an open fire!
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Yep, I do like those Gulyás Bogrács whouch would be exactly the thing for making Bogrács Gulyás -
 
Also, the nokedli szagato would be great, too ~ I bet it would come in handy for making a smaller versions of slovak halusky (or the Hungarian equivalent, nokedli) for soups and side dishes!
 
A great find, Ann! Thumbs Up
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 On the same website you will find this page offering cookbooks.
 
 
 I highly reccommend "The Hungarian cookbook" by Susan Derecskey.
 It's well written, with easily understood recipes containing great descriptive phrases.
 I cant say enough good about it, I'd have to write a book myself, so I'll just say that it's a "Must Have" and worth it's weight in gold.
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hi, bill - and thanks for pointing out the cookbook page!
 
the more i learn about hungarian cooking, the more i come to appreciate the subtleties that blend all of my favourite ideas about cooking ~ history, tradition, "peasant" values, fresh ingredients and simple, humble table fare that is simply delicious. the book you recommend is for sure going on my wish-list!
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