The Hungarian Cookbook

Paperback | October 14, 1987

bySusan Derecskey

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"Our appetite for this interesting cuisine, a melding of Germanic, Slavic, Tartar, and Turkish influences, has been whetted by [this] excellent new work."--New York Times

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'The recipes... are almost delectable enough to eat right off the page.... The interested but inexperience cook will find Mrs. Derecskey's attention to clarity helpful. Even a novice can understand how to execute the recipes from her thorough instructions.'- Los Angeles Times

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"Our appetite for this interesting cuisine, a melding of Germanic, Slavic, Tartar, and Turkish influences, has been whetted by [this] excellent new work."--New York Times

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'The recipes... are almost delectable enough to eat right off the page.... The interested but inexperience cook will find Mrs. Derecskey's attention to clarity helpful. Even a novice can understand how to execute the recipes from her thorough instructions.'- Los Angeles Times

Susan Derecskey was born in New York City and educated at Brooklyn College and the University of Strasbourg. She worked in publishing and journalism until she met a transplanted European journalist named Charles Derecskey, by origin a Hungarian from Transylvania, and embarked on the globe-trotting uncertainties of life with a foreign c...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.25 × 6.12 × 0.72 inPublished:October 14, 1987Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0060914378

ISBN - 13:9780060914370

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'The recipes... are almost delectable enough to eat right off the page.... The interested but inexperience cook will find Mrs. Derecskey's attention to clarity helpful. Even a novice can understand how to execute the recipes from her thorough instructions.'- Los Angeles Times