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George Lang (born György Deutsch; July 13, 1924 – July 5, 2011) was a Hungarian born American restaurateur .
George Lang (born György Deutsch; July 13, 1924 – July 5, 2011) was a Hungarian born American restaurateur, food and travel writer, critic and journalist. Lang was the only child of Simon Deutsch, a tailor, and Ilona Lang Lang married three times, had four children, and was divorced from his first two wives. He was married to the concert pianist, opera singer and actress Doe Lang, born Caplow.
If you're at all into Hungarian cuisine, George Lang is an essential. If you don't think you're particularly interested in Hungarian food (and believe me you are missing A LOT) - this is a great book to get just for the desserts, and specifically the cakes. I've baked many of them and they are to die for. Your guests will not stop talking.
Mr Additionally, for those who are interested (or who may become interested through experiencing the cuisine,) Mr. Lang.
Lang's book is the best, most useful, and completely thorough on authentic Hungarian cooking that I have found. It has enabled me to recreate some of the most delicious dishes my grandmother served me, as well as some of the exceptional pastries and cakes that were commonplace in Hungarian and Austrian coffee houses in the past. Mr. Lang's recipes are excellent, and will enable anyone to cook truly great Hungarian food.
The Cuisine of Hungary book. And if after reading Lang's book you still believe that you can garnish your gulyas (goulash) with cream, or even with sour cream, you'd better start reading it again.
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George Lang, Hungarian restaurateur. Recipient James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award, 2002. Public member American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, since 1969, member executive committee, chairman Festival United States of America coordinating art, international exchange and special events for Bicentennial celebrations.
This is a wonderful book, full of quirky facts and Hungarian cooking history
This is a wonderful book, full of quirky facts and Hungarian cooking history. The author is opinionated in the most delightfully Hungarian wa. id you know, for example, that just as "the secret of the abundance of good Hungarian string instrumentalists is that they have a well developed "sound sense", it is most probable that Hungarian housewives and cooks are either born with or develop a keen "soup sense"?
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Presents a detailed guide to Hungarian dishes and wines, sketching the history of Hungarian cuisine and providing an array of simple recipes highlighting regional specialties. 2012 · George Lang's Cuisine of Hungary book. Restaurateur extraordinaire's classic, the definitive Hungarian cookbook. Much more than just a cookbook it is a history of the gastronomy of Hungary, a personal history of George Lang and a trip through the various regions of Hungary,.
Hungarian or Magyar cuisine is the cuisine characteristic of the nation of Hungary and its primary ethnic group, the Magyars. Traditional Hungarian dishes are primarily based on meats, seasonal vegetables, fruits, fresh bread and cheeses. Encyclopedia Article. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Hungarian Revolution of 1956, Folk musicians, Folk dancers, Cuisine of Hungary.
The Cuisine of Hungary By George Lang. Written by George Láng, a charismatic restaurateur, food historian, and excellent storyteller, this is the book that we use as a nearly constant reference. Half food history and half recipes, this is the most thorough history of Hungarian cuisine that exists. It’s highly recommended for anyone interested in Hungarian history or its cuisine. His memoir, Nobody Knows The Truffles I’ve Seen, is also a great read. Sadly it is out of print, but used copies can be found from various online sources.