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Learning to Cook Hungarian Style- Virtually!

Posted 12/11/20 by Teresa and Abby

A few years ago, Birmingham Branch Manager Julie McCann, along with the Hungarian Club of Toledo, began the Learn to Cook Hungarian Style! This program series aimed to teach people how to make traditional Hungarian dishes and connect people with their Hungarian heritage, family traditions, each other, and the Library. People often remarked they “always wanted to make grandma or mom's special dishes, but never learned while their family members were alive.” While we can’t currently provide the in-person cooking classes, you can still connect to Hungarian history and learn something new with the virtual Learn How to Cook Hungarian Style. You will learn how to make Hungarian nut rolls. The video will be available on TLCPL’s YouTube channel here after 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 14.

Learn more about Hungarian dishes with these books from TLCPL’s collection!

Cover of The Art of Hungarian cooking

The Art of Hungarian cooking

Cover of The eastern and central European kitchen : contemporary & classic recipes

The eastern and central European kitchen : contemporary & classic recipes

Cover of The Hungarian cookbook : the pleasures of Hungarian food and wine

The Hungarian cookbook : the pleasures of Hungarian food and wine

Cover of Hungarian cookbook : Old World recipes for New World cooks

Hungarian cookbook : Old World recipes for New World cooks

Cover of A Taste of the past : the daily life and cooking of a nineteenth-century Hungarian Jewish homemaker

A Taste of the past : the daily life and cooking of a nineteenth-century Hungarian Jewish homemaker

Cover of Cooking The Hungarian Way Cooking The Hungarian Way

Happy cooking!

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