The men always seem to be the first in line!
Roy Reed provided a slide show of scenes from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Greenland and a few islands not always identified.
The next in our Second Saturday series will feature the cuisine of Hungry, a rich tradition drawing from Turkish influences (a 150-year occupation left its mark) as well as Slovakian, Serbian, Croatian, Romanian, Russian, Polish and German influences. The Budapest Tourist Guide advises that “authentic Hungarian dishes are definitely not for people on a diet” but allows as how “their rich flavor, aroma and texture compensate for the slightly excessive calorie intake.” We’ll see what St. Margaret’s cooks can devise.
Recipes will appear on the time and talent table soon.
Dinner will be at 6 on Saturday, Jan. 14. Invite your Hungarian friends to come (and to cook). Guests are always welcome. Bring your neighbors along, too.