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Mulled Wine Festival, 13 – 15 January
Mulled wine is a beverage of European origins usually made with red wine along with various mulling spices and sometimes raisins. It is served hot or warm and is alcoholic, although there are non-alcoholic versions of mulled wine. It is a traditional drink during winter so you are welcome to try it on Friday, 13 January near Allee Shopping Center between 13 - 15 January from 12:00 to 22:00. more »
International Soups In Budapest To Beat Winter Blues
When a Hungarian says ‘soup’, they generally have their mother’s unparalleled rich meat consommé for Sunday lunch in mind, which has no worldly substitute. This might have to do with the fact that, for a long time, Budapest restaurants did not carry a wide variety of soups. more »
Exhibition On Taiwan’s Tea Cult To Open In Hungary
Taiwan’s history and culture, the island’s traditional tea types and their consumption and trade will be presented in an international exhibition to open in Szolnok, in central Hungary, on January 27. more »

Fungarian: Luck Bringing Lentil


Fungarian: Luck Bringing Lentil
Like it or not, you must eat LENCSEFŐZELÉK on New Year’s Day. Lentils symbolise prosperity, wealth and luck for the new year. more »

Video: People Try Hungarian Food For The First Time


Video: People Try Hungarian Food For The First Time
"I don't know anything about Hungary, but I know I'm hungry right now." more »

Hungarian Lángos Recipes


Hungarian Lángos Recipes
Lángos is the Hungarian name of a flat cake that today is deep-fried from a potato-based dough. It was originally made from a piece of bread dough that was kept back when baking the family’s bread, and cooked at the front of the oven close to the flame (láng) to provide breakfast for the whole family on baking day. more »



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