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Take a culinary trip to Hungary! Rosenheim, August 19, 2008 – good spices, selected wines, delicious specialities and delicacies, traditional crafts – learn you know the diversity of Hungary at & enjoy! Asked the people of Hungary, in Germany as “Paprika”, the terms “Salami”, “Goulash” often fall, while at the same time beautiful memories of the delicious food and friendly people are awakened. Already working can be seen, what importance have hospitality and good food in Hungary. But you did wrong Hungarian cuisine indeed when they are reduced to the three mentioned “classics”. There are numerous other specialties or dishes that are at least equivalent, even if they so far still not made it to worldwide notoriety. The “little Hungarian Cookbook” by Karoly Gundel provides a good introduction to the versatile Hungarian flavours.

This ingenious cooking created in his name at the beginning of the last century Restaurant in Budapest – which also still exists today – some unique dishes. The Cookbook contains 124 of the best known & most popular dishes of Hungarian cuisine, and can be considered due to its global expansion with 45 new editions and numerous translations confidently standard for Hungarian cuisine. Already hundreds of thousands of professional and amateur chefs all over the world took and take the booklet at hand to enchant their guests with Hungarian specialities. Starting with soups, cold & hot appetizers, main dishes to the side dishes, salads, sauces and many delicious desserts right there is something for every taste and every occasion. But what a sweet & tasty Hungarian menu without the accompanying wine? Even if this fact is still not widely known: there are in Hungary favoured by good soils, mild climate and sunny slopes – numerous wine regions with a centuries-old tradition of wine growing, which produce excellent wines, the need not to shy away from a comparison with the wines of other Nations.

The best-known is the Hungarian wines of Tokaj, which bears the title “Wine of Kings – King of the wines” with pride & dignity (VINUM REGUM REX VINORUM). This title was awarded by the French King Louis XIV. (1638-1715), at whose court he became largest fame and admiration. The Russian Emperor Peter I and later his successor Empress Katarina introduced the Tokaj wine at the Court, and finally the wine was beatified along with his bearer (1740-1780 Maria Theresia) even by the Pope Benedict XIV., with the following words: “blessed be the Earth that bore you. Blessed be the lady who brought you and I am also blessed, that I was allowed to take you.” With a long tradition of good eating & drinking, it is not surprising that Hungary has produced new specialties in recent times: so delicious fruit desserts are available, for a few years which by exclusive use of natural ingredients (dried fruits & nuts) not only very tasty but are also very healthy. The supply of refined flavor combinations (plum walnut, PEAR almond, apricot hazelnut) will be expanded to more varieties in the course of the year. However, main dishes, wines and desserts – the enjoyment of this Hungarian delights perfect only in the right ambience. With the beautiful Hungarian room decorations, such as traditional embroidery & pottery art or hand-painted utensils made of ceramic & wood comes also the eye at his own expense – and which famously always eat with!


Experience the culinary delights! Since that famous Cookbook el libre de sent Sovi “, is gone from the early 1300’s, in Europe in printing, is one of the Catalan kitchen, becoming an important part of the culture in this region of Spain.” Originated from a Royal tradition, as were the nobles and Lords great chefs, continues this tradition in the thriving culinary scene of Barcelona. A number of renowned chef make great strides to get the culinary tradition. In a region of the Earth, where the inhabitants prefer it as holy”to eat, the Catalan cuisine is termed the understandably biggest culinary mystery Europe. The best place to discover this secret is located in Barcelona’s Centre. If you stay in Barcelona Centre, there are first-class restaurants. Book online on the website of Barcelona point and find a cheap Barcelona hotel. This culinary treasure allows visitors, excellent traditional Recipes and some of the Alder Estonians and magnificent dishes of Europe to enjoy.

While you spend the holiday in Barcelona, visitors will find Barcelona, the Catalan cuisine is influenced by several factors. Neighbouring countries, as well as other Mediterranean areas, give their unique blend of kitchen. The close proximity of the water ensures a good supply of seafood. Fruit and vegetables thrive magnificently between the mountains and the sea. The Catalan cuisine is Mediterranean, clearly, one notices in their use of vegetables, fish and meat. Olive oil is commonly used in the preparation. Most courts are served wine and bread.

In Catalan cuisine are spices how to use cinnamon and saffron, and herbs such as thyme and parsley. The cuisine is typical for the Catalan gastronomy, includes soups and stews. Escudella “is a soup consisting of chickpeas or white beans, veal and vegetables such as cabbage, onions, and carrots. e information. Pasta can also the soup to be added. Susquet de Peix “is regarded as a fisherman’s stew and consists of various species of fish, including cliffs perch, redfish, sea bass, halibut and gold perch, as well as lobster and large prawns. It is mixed with potatoes, garlic and tomatoes. Traditional Catalan dishes like xato”are very popular. This dish consists of Endive salad, tuna, black olives, anchovies, olives and cod. A sauce made from chilli, garlic, roasted almonds, vinegar, olive oil and salt, ensures the correct taste. PA amb tomaquet “is a slice of bread topped with tomatoes, olive oil and salt. Coca de recapte “should also miss on any list of culinary delights. The Court is similar to Italian pizza. Cocoa de garlanda “most closely resembles a donut. Many desserts rotate during the calendar year, so to celebrate Christmas with Nougat and waffles, Easter cakes and all Saints with little marzipan cake. Enjoy the Catalan cuisine and stay in comfortable accommodation in Barcelona. There are great hotels in Barcelona and Barcelona apartments. Perfect Sun travel S.L..