Sydney (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Known for its world renowned spas and thermal baths, Hungary is also noted for its richly flavoured, aromatic dishes which are the result of a clever blend of eastern and western influences. Hungarian born author Beata Dancs will let readers experience and taste delectable authentic dishes of Hungary prepared in the comfort of their own kitchens through her “Hungarian Cookbook.”
Born and raised in Hungary and now living in Australia, Dancs lovingly writes all the best and well-known Hungarian recipes not only to share to her friends, but also to all readers out there in search of new recipe ideas to spice up their tables.. From soups, which are an important part of the Hungarian menu for lunch and dinner, to main courses which are a well-blended mixture of full-bodied flavours, down to desserts that are delightful endings to meals, Dancs menus are a blessing for those with discerning taste for international food styles.
Inspired by her friends and the neighbours who always ask her to cook during lunch meetings or even for parties and gatherings, the author also included party meals in her book. Written and compiled by the order of the courses served in the table, her book offers a wide variety of dishes readers can choose from. With listed ingredients that are easy to find, followed by easy to understand and step by step procedures in cooking, they cannot go wrong in presenting typical and savory Hungarian taste to a meal.
“Hungarian Cookbook” showcases not only the author’s skill in the kitchen but also the all-important Hungarian tradition and culture that gave rise to Hungarian cuisine. Learn to cook and love the taste of dishes from a country rich not only in history but also of soul-satisfying food.
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About the Author
Beata Dancs was born and raised in Hungary. She moved to Australia sixteen years ago, where she developed friendships with people of various cultures. Often inviting each other to lunch or dinner, Dancs and her friends are able to cook and showcase the dishes from their respective countries. Enjoying cooking herself, and having made a name in the neighborhood as a good cook, Dancs is more than happy to write down and share her recipes whenever friends ask for them. Dancs remedies the lack of a Hungarian cookbook of popular national dishes with her publication.
Hungarian Cookbook * by Beata Dancs
Publication Date: October 12, 2013
Picture Book; AU$44.99; 80 pages; 978-1-4836-9105-3
Picture Book Hardcover; AU$64.99; 80 pages; 978-1-4836-9106-0
Ebook; AU$3.99; 978-1-4836-9107-7
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