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A Taste of the Past: The Daily Life and Cooking of a Nineteenth-Century Hungarian-Jewish Homemaker [Hardcover]

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Pages   444
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.3" Width: 6.2" Height: 1.5"
Weight:   1.95 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Dec 1, 2003
Publisher   UPNE
ISBN  1584652098  
EAN  9781584652090  


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A beautifully illustrated re-creation of Jewish Hungarian cuisine and life in the nineteenth century.



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More About Andras Koerner

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! ANDRAS KOERNER was born in Budapest, Hungary where he initially studied art. He then received his degree in architecture, worked as an architect, and won numerous awards in Hungarian architectural competition. In 1968 Andras moved to the United States, where he has continued to work as an architect. Several national magazines featured his design for the remodeling of a Victorian townhouse in New York City. Andras is a passionate amateur cook and likes nothing more than preparing his great-grandmother's recipes for his daughters and their families.

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A great book for foodies and history buffs alike  Mar 10, 2004
This lovely book brings a slice of Hungarian Jewish culture to life in a uniquely three-dimensional way - the sights, the tastes, the details of everyday life. I found the recipes easy to follow and the pictures charming. The author's great-grandmother whom he profiles here is a refreshingly complex character - her views about such things as religion and national identity change over time, along with historical changes, and some of these shifts are even reflected in her food! For example, this is one Hungarian cookbook that is light on the paprika - apparently ginger was the spice of choice in the 19th century. Who knew?
 
A great book for foodies and history buffs alike  Mar 10, 2004
This lovely book brings a slice of Hungarian Jewish culture to life in a uniquely three-dimensional way - the sights, the tastes, the details of everyday life. I found the recipes easy to follow and the pictures charming. The author's great-grandmother whom he profiles here is a refreshingly complex character - her views about such things as religion and national identity change over time, along with historical changes, and some of these shifts are even reflected in her food! For example, this is one Hungarian cookbook that is light on the paprika - apparently ginger was the spice of choice in the 19th century. Who knew?
 
Engages all your senses  Jan 23, 2004
The book really brings to life a community that was wiped out by the Holocaust. The description of life in the small city in Hungary is vivid and the amazing illustrations are a great complement. The easy-to-follow recipes round out the experience.
 

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