Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Prepare to Serve Interview: Foods I ate in Hungary

This one is a not-so-helpful description of food in Hungary :)

Paprikas Csirke  and Rokott Krumpli are two of the dishes I think I had the most while I was there. I love both of them. I really do miss the fresh market food too. I kind of wish I could have grocery shopped like a Hungarian while we were there- going to the market several times a week just to pick up what would be for dinner. We always looked so crazy shopping for a full American week at a time and carrying HUGE bags or baskets of food onto trams to take home. Also, during the summer, the icecream shops start popping up everywhere. There's even a verb that means to go eat icecream (fagyizni). Most missionaries love going icecreaming during the summer.

Okay now I'm Hungary. I mean Hungry.

Love Always,

1 comment:

  1. What about túró rudi? Did you like it? It's kind of like a rite of passage for Hungarian food. :) I hear foreigners find it strange first, but then they usually come to love it with time.


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