Floating island

Floating island

Magyarul  ⇣  Floating island During my childhood, the only time, when I ate Floating island, was when the old lady from the neighborhood of my grandparents invited me to watch some old TV shows together. When I was there, she always prepared this dessert for us. It's still a very good memory, and this dessert [...]

Langalló

Langalló

Magyarul  ⇣  Langalló During my latest trip to Hungary, I had the chance to visit Sárréti Chilifarm, the place where award-winning, Hungarian chili sauces come from. I discovered their products in 2017 when the TraBBQ sauce won awards, one after one and every blogger and newspaper mentioned this success: World Hot Sauce World Championship: BBQ Sauce Division, [...]

Hot cross buns

Hot cross buns

Magyarul  ⇣  Hot cross buns with apricot and walnut Around Easter, this is the most popular pastry in the UK. The buns traditionally eaten on Good Friday since they mark the end of lent. Different parts of the hot cross bun have a certain meaning: the cross representing the crucifixion of Jesus, and the spices inside signifying [...]

Yellow curd

Yellow curd

Magyarul  ⇣ Yellow curd The yellow curd is a typical Easter dish at the Northern-East area of Hungary among Greek catholics, but the tradition of making this dish after the 40 days lent became popular in Roman Catholic community as well. Usually it's sweet but some people like it savory. One of our Easter traditions [...]

Spring lamb burger

Spring lamb burger

Magyarul  ⇣ Spring lamb burger I've created a burger to Easter, based on typical festive ingredients and home grown greens from my window sill garden. This post is related to the previous one, since this burger is served in my home baked challah buns. The colours make it a real spring inspired street food, reflect [...]