Gundel's Hungarian Cookbook
Gundel's Hungarian Cookbook is a classic that has been translated in several languages and printed numerous times over in the 50 years prior to this revised edition brought up to more modern cooking standard. Anyone with interest in Hungarian cuisine will enjoy preparing the recipes in this treasured book. Crayfish Strudel, Pancakes Hortobagy, Gundel Tokany, Galushka Dumplings, Fillet of Beef Budapest Style and Gellert's Parfait Bomb are some of memorable recipes inside.
Format: Hardcover, 135 pages
Copyright: 1998, Twenty-First Edition
Publisher: Corvina Kiado
Author: Karoly Gundel (revised by his sons Ferenc and Imre)
Description: This completely revised edition of Gundel's Hungarian Cookbook was written by Karoly Gundel's two sons, Ferenc and Imre. They are worthy successors to their famous father. Ferenc Gundel is an Associate Professor at the High School of Catering; Imre is an Associate of the Museum of Catering. The book includes a short biography of Karoly Gundel, since 1983 was the 100th anniversary of his birth. The Hungarian People's Republic honored Karoly Gundel's achievements in the culinary field and in the tourist trade, and showed that it valued his character by retaining the Gundel name over his restaurant even after the 1949 Nationalization Act.
To facilitate the use of the recipes in this book, all the ingredients are listed in the order they should be used. All the necessary preparatory steps also follow each other in a logical sequence.
Note: Unless otherwise stated all recipes are for 6 servings.
Condition: Overall in good condition. Bookboards are slightly bent. Pages are clean and in nice condition.