- 21 Dec 2020 9:49 AM
At the end of November and the beginning of December the Hungarian postal services sends innumerable packages abroad, as Hungarian families all over the world love to receive and decorate the Christmas tree with 'szaloncukor' - a traditional Hungarian candy.
Hungarian tables are richly laden for the celebration of Easter. Alongside slices of freshly cooked fragrant ham, the table is adorned with a braided Easter loaf, there are eggs boiled in the cooking liquid from the ham, and grated horseradish served alone or in a vinegar dressing.
Paprika, bread, and beer are the themes for this year’s Gourmet Festival at Millenáris in Buda until Sunday evening.
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