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Hungarian recipes

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
Here is a link to some Hungarian recipes. You can google for translation or if you know somebody, even better. Otherwise, let me know, I muddle through since my grandparents spoke it.

post #2 of 22
From one Hunky to another, welcome to SMF.

Now- head over to the Roll Call forum and introduce yerself like yer Mom tought ya to ;{) Smoker type, location, experience, etc. Helps us answer questions, should ya have any!
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post #4 of 22
SPAM!!! I reported it!
post #5 of 22
It's NOT SPAM. It's in Hungarian.
post #6 of 22
I grew up eating alot of that WTF. Great stuff!
post #7 of 22
You mean Hungarian spam? does it taste good?

Wish it was in english though
post #8 of 22
Me too. I have not tried Bablefish or any converters on anything yet. I have alot of those recipes in a book in English. Have posted some family favorites here as well.
post #9 of 22
There is a place up in the top right corner that you can click and it will translate the page into German. biggrin.gif

The community I live in I have a much better chance of finding someone who can work with German rather than Hungarian.
post #10 of 22
no, last night the person that started this thread and replied to a bunch of others. was spaming. wowgold was the moto link to click on. and warworlds gold.I see that it has been deleted..
post #11 of 22
Ahhhh OK...my bad. I actually traded a few emails with the guy...seemed cool... wonder if someone hijacked his acct? Anyway... thanks for the headsup.
post #12 of 22
"wowgold was the moto link to click on. and warworlds gold.I see that it has been deleted.."

After reading a few posts with that crap I reported it.
post #13 of 22
Not sure Rich, but i do know he has responded on some of my earilier posts.
post #14 of 22
Searching the site, I found that if you delete part of the URL and go to http://www.grocceni.com/ there is a pair of buttons in the top right corner that switch between Magyar (Hungarian) and English. You can navigate around from there.
post #15 of 22
Thanks TJ!!
post #16 of 22
Cool! Check the sausage section..."pigkilling" LOL
post #17 of 22
Thread Starter 


I wasn't spamming. I was trying to share what I found on Hungarian sausages and bacon. I made a batch of the smoked sausage and will share the pics when I upload them from home. I had a woman at church that speaks Hungarian help me out with some of the translations and I am waiting on the local packer to come up with some pork bellies to make regular, Hungarian and paprika bacon. also, kudos to the pork loin links. I made one with an andouille cornbread stuffing. I used Emeril's from food tv turkey recipe. Anyway, what was the spamming in the post? I'm confused on that.
post #18 of 22
Evidently a spammer attached a post to your thread...and that post has since been vaporized by the mods... no worries EB :{)
post #19 of 22
Anyone know what Galuska is?
Also, they say serve w mixed pickles - what is that? Pickled Veggies?
post #20 of 22
Thread Starter 
Galuska is cabbage and noodles. Here's June Meyer's recipe. I skip the sour cream and ground beef and use a little chopped bacon unless I have some Hunky sausage. Pickled vegetables would go well with it.
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