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La Cucina Ungherese by Károly Gundel / Rielaborato dai Figli / Italian language recipe book - Hungarian cuisine / Ferenc Gundel, Imre Gundel / Corvina kiadó 2011 / 15th edition / Translated by Eva Kohut

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La Cucina Ungherese by Károly Gundel / Rielaborato dai Figli / Italian language recipe book - Hungarian cuisine / Ferenc Gundel, Imre Gundel / Corvina kiadó 2011 / 15th edition / Translated by Eva Kohut

Hardcover 2011

ISBN: 9789631359381  /  978-9631359381

ISBN-10: 9631359387

PAGES: 111

PUBLISHER: Corvina Kiadó

LANGUAGE: Italian / Italiano  

 

!!! Condition of this book is USED LIKE NEW !!!

 

 

Hungarian Summary:

A szerző neve ma is jól ismert az egész világon, a hazánkba látogató turisták nagy része biztosan felkeresi az 1910-ben alapított hírneves vendéglőt, a Gundelt. Könyvünk a magyar szakácsművészet legnagyobb példányszámban, legtöbb nyelven megjelent receptgyűjteménye, első kiadása óta több mint negyven kiadást ért meg. A receptgyűjteményt a szerző fiai átdolgozták, modernizálták. A kis könyv előszava összefoglalja mindazt, amit e népszerű receptgyűjteményről tudni érdemes; második része Gundel Károly (1883-1956) élettörténetét tartalmazza; a harmadik fejezetben az olvasó Gundel Károly szellemes, jóízű írásaiból talál válogatást, míg a negyedik fejezet könnyen követhető tanácsokat ad a magyaros ízek megteremtéséhez. Ezután következnek az ételleírások, amelyeket számos színes ételfotó illusztrál. Új kiadás, megjelent angolul, németül, magyarul, franciául, olaszul, spanyolul, oroszul és japánul 2002-ben.

 

Károly Gundel - 23 September 1883 – 28 November 1956 was a Hungarian restaurateur, business magnate, philanthropist, writer of culinary works and the former owner of the Gundel Restaurant.

Károly Gundel was born on 23 September 1883 in Budapest, the son of Johann Gundel, a Bavarian-born German restaurateur who emigrated to Hungary in 1857. His mother was Anna Kommer. Of the 5 children of János Gundel it was Károly who inherited his father’s passion for the catering profession and his gastronomic genius. He married in 1907 with Margit Blasutigh. They had 13 children together.

His grandchildren were Zoltán Latinovits, István Bujtor and Károly Frenreisz.

 

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, dairy products and cheeses.

 

Gundel is a well-known restaurant located in the Budapest City Park, Hungary.

A previous restaurant in the spot, Wampetich, opened in 1894. In 1910, Károly Gundel took over the Wampetich's lease and operated the restaurant. His son János Gundel, who had learned the hospitality trade at other hotels and restaurants, took over the restaurant's management. He created a dramatic and luxurious style that increased its popularity and created an international reputation.

In 1939, the restaurant did the catering for the Hungarian contingent at 1939 World's Fair in New York City. In 1949, the restaurant was nationalized and operated by the state company of the Hungar Hotels, but it was reopened by Americans Ronald S. Lauder and George Lang in 1992. Consultants Adam Tihany and graphic artist Milton Glaser assisted in its design.

 

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