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Culinaria Hungary

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Synopsis:

Describes the tradition of Hungarian wine culture, introduces Tokaj, the king of Hungarian wines, and relates the "fiery" history of the pepper. This work ranges across the wide plains of the puszta, the cosmopolitan Danubian metropolis Budapest, and the Hungarian landscape with its sandy plains, mountains and wild, romantic forests. An invitation to a culinary and historical excursion through the various regions of Hungary with their fascinating specialties.

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ISBN:
9783833121869
Author:
Aniko, Gergely
Publisher:
DAEDALUS BOOKS INC REMAINDERS
Binding:
HARDCOVER

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"Synopsis" by , Describes the tradition of Hungarian wine culture, introduces Tokaj, the king of Hungarian wines, and relates the "fiery" history of the pepper. This work ranges across the wide plains of the puszta, the cosmopolitan Danubian metropolis Budapest, and the Hungarian landscape with its sandy plains, mountains and wild, romantic forests. An invitation to a culinary and historical excursion through the various regions of Hungary with their fascinating specialties.
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