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Wines of Hungary: Mitchell Beazley Classic Wine Library 
Alex Liddell 

The Hungarian Cookbook 
Susan Derecskey

Easy 45 Hungarian Recipes 
by Csilla Keszeli

Cooking the Hungarian Way 
Magdolna Hargittai, Robert L. Wolfe (Photographer), Diane Wolfe (Photographer) 

Eva's Hungarian Kitchen 
Eva M. Kende 

Flavors of Hungary 
Charlotte Slovak Biro 

Hungarian Cooking 
Elizabeth De Biro 

Hungarian Kitchen Parade 
Erdfly-Markovics L.

Hungarian Cooking (International Creative Cooking) 
Kersher 

Margaret, Tom, and Mary's Authentic Hungarian Cookbook 
Barbara Jean Prince, Barba J. Prince 

Sensuous Hungarian-American Desserts. 52 Tempting Recipes. each less than 300 Calories per Serving 
Eva M. Bonis, Molly Lynch (Photographer), Bryan Kelleher (Illustrator) 

Art of Hungarian Cooking 
Paul Pogany Bennett, Velma R. Clark 

Az Inyesmester nagy Szakacskonyve: The Art of Hungarian Cooking 
Szakacks 

Helen's Hungarian Heritage Recipes

Clara Margaret Czegeny

The Hungarian Cookbook: The Pleasures of Hungarian Food and Wine
Susan Derecskey, Charles G. Derecskey, Susan Derecsky 

June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipes 
June V. Meyer, Aaron D. Meyer (Editor) 

That Hungarian's in My Kitchen : 125 Hungarian/American Recipes 
Linda F. Radke, Sylvia Mednick Weiss (Introduction), Mary E. Hawkins (Editor) 

To Set Before the King : Katharina Schratt's Festive Recipes (Iowa Szathmary Culinary Arts Series) 
Gertrud Graubart Champe (Editor), Paula Von Haimberger Arno (Editor), Louis Szathmary (Translator), David E. Schoonover 

Hungarian Cookbook: Old World Recipes for New World Cooks 
Yolanda Nagy Fintor 

The Best of Slovak Cooking (New Hippocrene Original Cookbooks)
Sylvia Galova-Lorinc, Sylvia Lorinc, John M. Lorinc 

Hungarian Cooking & Cookbooks
You know it's good!

Are you hungry for the sensual culinary delights of Budapest and the Blue Danube? Could it be you ate some delicious feast at a European restaurant and now would like to see if you can recreate the wonderful smells of Hungary in your own home? Or perhaps a dear Hungarian friend in American treated you with a home cooked meal, and you would like to return the favor? 

American food is different. We like our meat and even our vegetables grilled, our wine from California, and our potatoes baked or French fried. You know the cliche about a good home-cooked American meal: steak and potatoes. Now, of course, that's a generalization, but the recipes and techniques you'll find in these books will tease you back to that first memory of tasting the way food used to be. Long before McDonald's and Subway, before Taco Bell and Olive Garden were the predominant 'ethnic' dining option, there was Mom and Grandma doing things to food that made dinner more than just eating.