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The Cuisine of Hungary

By George Lang

Published 1982

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A strange thing has happened to Hungarian gulyas. According to a 1969 Gallup Poll, gulyas is one of the five most popular meat dishes on the American cooking scene. Of course, what is usually served under this name shouldn’t happen to a Rumanian. The origin of the soup, as you’ve read in the beginning of our story, can be traced back to the ninth century-shepherds cut their meat into cubes, coo