Small red berries hanging in bunches from the trees - cherry can surely be found in most gardens in Hungary. Growing from June to August, it is among the most popular fruits of the summer. Read about the next content of our “Ingredient of the month” series, the sour cherry.
Imagine that you are in the Belle Époque, the turn of the century between the 1800's - 1900’s in Europe, wandering through the streets of Budapest, looking at the buildings that give this city its unique look today. We are inviting you to discover a slice of Budapest's past through its architecture!
Mihály Munkácsy is among the iconic Hungarian artists whose life and art impacted his whole generation. The legacy of his paintings and technique elevated him to remarkable international renown and is considered as an essential influence even today.
Thanks to its great geographical location, Hungary is famous for its fresh, delicious agricultural products. In the “Ingredient of the month” section, we would like to introduce you to a seasonal Hungarian fruit or vegetable every month, talking about its benefits and characteristics as well as tips on how to prepare them.
This month’s favourite is the asparagus!
Traditions are building blocks of communities. Although some of them can’t fulfill their original intentions anymore, there are a handful of Hungarian traditions that are still alive to this day, and even adapted to a more hectic city life routine. Springtime traditions are often centered around the renewal of nature and love. Today we are revealing the origins and meaning of the most colorful tradition of Hungarian springtime: May trees.
As a Central European country, Hungarian cuisine has the unique feature of being influenced by dishes of surrounding cultures while maintaining its original roots and characteristics. Historically speaking, Hungarian cuisine is very meat-oriented: the effect of the nomadic lifestyle of Magyar tribes at the beginning of the 10th century is palpable on even the modern Hungarian dishes.