Orange is the New Black Burger © Reka Csulak

Orange Is The New Black Burger

It was so difficult to wait for the right moment before I show you this recipe. I think October is the best month to introduce a new burger, I call ‘Orange is the new black’. The conception is simple: mostly orange and black elements ruling this impressive stack. Halloween is on the corner and one of my favorite TV shows -guess what-, Orange is the … Continue reading Orange Is The New Black Burger

Mediterranean salad in a jar © Reka Csulak

Mediterranean salad in a jar

I love hiking. This passion started at primary school where I’ve joined a hiking group to discover the beautiful mountains of Hungary. When you climb for hours to glimpse the scenery you’ve never seen before, nothing is better to rest in the lap of nature and eat something delicious to please all of your senses. With a little effort, you can prepare a superb hiking … Continue reading Mediterranean salad in a jar

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 to sunshine and fresh green leaves. INGREDIENTS Challah buns Lamb patty 400 g minced lamb … Continue reading Spring lamb burger

Ostrich steak plating © Reka Csulak

Ostrich steak

Magyarul  ⇣  Ostrich steak Few months ago I’ve discovered a page where a guy sharing his drawings about plating plans, then you can see the result after a little delay too. I really like this idea, because it shows how many creative hours and planning are behind a nice and well balanced plate. I wanted to learn about plating and challenge myself at the same time, … Continue reading Ostrich steak

Fig and coppa sandwich © Reka Csulak

Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta

Magyarul  ⇣  Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta Start your day with a ‘slice’ of Italy. The fresh, premium ingredients on a slice of crispy ciabatta bread… who needs a better start in the morning? The Coppa is made of lean Italian pork neck marinated with rustic spices, gently smoked over beach wood and air-dried for three months. INGREDIENTS Thin slices of coppa from … Continue reading Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta

Kebab © Reka Csulak


Kebab is my favorite street food, and one of the things that I miss from home is my favorite place in Dunakeszi, on my opinion, that little street food restaurant serves the best gyros meat all over the world… but since I have no chance to buy plane tickets every week to eat there, I’m always working on the best homemade version, and I think … Continue reading Kebab