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'Pork Show', Bálna Budapest, 25 - 26 January
A Pork Show take place in front of Bálna on the 25th and 26th of January. Over these two days, about 30 pigs from Fegyvernek that weight 150-160 kilograms will be processed. Teams can compete to make the finest sausage, while visitors get to know the steps of the process from professionals. more »
Video: Mangalica Festival In Budapest, 9 - 11 February
Entry is free, so if you fancy a taste of a pig that came close to extinction just a few decades ago, pop along to Szabadság Tér for a bite of magnificent mangalica meat - said to be tastier and healthier than regular pork. As you may know, this festival is named after a delicious furry pig that's indigenous to Hungary, this year the event is held again in downtown Budapest between 9 - 11 January. more »
Restaurant Review: Jamie’s Pizzeria In Budapest's Gozsdu
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver began his journey to international fame in 1999 when he debuted as “The Naked Chef” on BBC Television. The “Jamie’s Italian” restaurants were founded by the healthy-cooking advocate and his Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo, in Oxford, UK, in 2008, since when the chain has grown to more than 60 worldwide, including the one in Budapest’s Castle District that opened in May 2016. While this establishment continues to offer multiple-course, sit-down meals, on December 12, 2017, Oliver launched a new pizzeria in downtown Pest’s bustling Gozsdu udvar, the first unit of his international pizza chain planned for Continental Europe. more »

Coming Up: 'Doughnut Festival', Budapest, 9 - 11 February


Coming Up: 'Doughnut Festival', Budapest, 9 - 11 February
Around 80 different delicious doughnuts, from traditional to new-wave, will be served up to guests at this unique gastro fest. Street food and 'Carnival Dishes' will also feature at Budapest's 2nd Doughnut Festival. Hungarian wine, pálinka, beer, and cocktails will be available to wash down the tasty treats. more »

Hungarian Recipe Of The Week: Seasoned Tea


Hungarian Recipe Of The Week: Seasoned Tea
A hot, spicy, detoxifying tea to warm your body and soul on a cold winter day. more »

'Szaloncukor' - The Hungarian Christmas Candy


'Szaloncukor' - The Hungarian Christmas Candy
From the end of November or beginning of December the Hungarian postal services send innumerable packages to addresses all over the world, because not a single Hungarian family living in the diaspora should have to miss out on the typical candy Christmas tree decoration or Hungarian szaloncukor. more »



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