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Merry Christmas to you all from Budapest!25/12/19 17.39
Looks chilly with the snow falling this morning
18th Nov My son and his girlfriend are in Budapest at the moment,having a lovely time,they have sent some lovely photo's,what a stunning beautiful place it looks!!
Boats on the river enjoying the Autumn sunshine.
Bosika, I think in Hungarian cooking almost every dish has sour cream in it! Yes the bacon I use issmoked.Here in the US, there aren't many fish soups. We have clam chowder and oyster stew. I'm sure your fish soup is very good.Hungarian people seem very nice and I enjoy watching the Blue Danube on this webcam.
Dear Wisconsin Pam! I know, I love it! Its name in Hungarian is cottage cheese pasta.(túrós csusza)Bacon is the best if it is smoked. We also put sour cream on top. In the traditional menu we eat fish soup (halászlé)before. The soup is made from carp and a variety of freshwater fish with lots of onions and ground peppers. Very delicious, recommend it!I wish everyone a nice day a nice week and a nice autumn!09/19/19 08.07
Bosika, nice to hear from you. My grandmother from Hungary made this by boiling either thick noodles ortiny potato dumplings, drain them and fry diced bacon. Add the diced bacon with some of the bacon grease to the dumplings. Then put in dry cottage cheese or ricotta, chop fresh dill and mix it all together and serve. It's really good!The picture here of the Buda Castle is beautiful.
Dear Wisconsin Pam! I don't know what a crumply hulushka is, but you sure do it well if your husband likes it! If you could write down the recipe, it would help! Have a nice weekend, everyone!08.13 09/14/19
Dear Bosika, I am happy to hear that you too enjoy the fermented pickles. My husband isn't of Hungariandescent so he can't understand how someone would eat such smelly pickles!However, he enjoys crumply hulushka. (I know I spelled it wrong, but I don't speak Hungarian!)
Dear Wisconsin Pam! My favorite is the best pickle in the world.The perfect recipe. Today too we do it the same way. I love it, I eat almost every day.I'm happy that something reminds you of your grandmother, to Hungary.¡Hola Patti! What's the news, what's been deleted? I saw the new camera in Papa. Beautiful city. I was twice, this is not the most beautiful part.Dear friends! I wish everyone a nice day!11/09/19 21.55
What deleted my comment? I wrote I still demand an explanation. Bosika I'm sorry, maybe you didn't read it.
Bosika,beautiful view. My grandmother emigrated from Hungary before WWI. She was the best cook ever!I found her recipe for summer pickles. As kids, my cousin and I sat on the steps outside her kitchen eatingone of her fermented pickles. Now I make them for myself. We called them 'stinky' pickles. Put them in abig jar with hot water, garlic, dill weed, flour, and a piece of rye bread on top. Loosely close the lid and setin the sun outside for about a week. Put the pickles in the refrigerator and enjoy on a hot summer day. Yumm!
Bello Bosika!!! You hace a new cam! !!
¡Hola Patti! I enjoy summer at home, it's still 35 degrees during the day. This is not normal. Is the weather normal for you? You were you on vacation?Hi johnny2hands! I'm glad you liked Budapest and you come back. Have fun!I wish everyone a nice day a nice week and a nice autumn!19/02/09/ 09.03
Enjoy your trip in September Jhonny, Wonderful Hungary. Hi Bosika, I wish you are still enjoying the European summer or have you traveled? Have a nice day!! :)
Looks like im going to be seeing this view in person again in Sept, Cannot wait to visit this awesome city again .