Homemade Burger Buns

“Food history is as important as a baroque church. Governments should recognize cultural heritage and protect traditional foods. A cheese is as worthy of preserving as a sixteenth-century building.” Carlo Petrini   Tracing history back thousands of years, one can learn that even the ancient Egyptians ate ground meat, and down through the ages we also […]

Easter: Chocolates and All…a Little Differently

In today’s developed, modern society Easter is associated with the appearance of delicious, posh, extravagant chocolate eggs. The Christian commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and many other religious festivals and customs are literally unknown for many people, showing that religion plays a lesser part in our lives than in our grandparents’ times. The […]

Easter Cupcake Featured in Goodtoknow Recipes Magazine

My Easter Coconut and White Chocolate Cupcakes are published in the May 2014 issue of  Goodtoknow Recipes Magazine.   “Judit was a winner in the National Cupcake Championship – and we can see why!” HAPPY EASTER!!!  

Child’s Play: The Simplest Allergen-free Chocolate Traybake

“You have to love your children unselfishly. That is hard. But it is the only way.” Barbara Bush     Researchers estimate that millions of people have some type of allergy. In most people, allergies first appear during infancy or childhood. Allergic disorders rank first among children’s chronic diseases. Any child may become allergic, but children from […]

A Late-Early Mothers’ Day Present: Classic Jam Roll Made with My Mother’s Jam and my Mother-in-Law’s Method

“God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.” David C. Gross Living in a different country from the one a person was brought up and created as a cultural being often causes new traditions emerging in a household. I live in the United Kingdom, still breathing and thinking Hungarian heritage in my heart. Mothers’ […]