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Király Rogerius
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Köszönöm szépen—Mindenkinek boldog új évet kívánok!

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BUÉK from me too to our gracious host Éva and everybody reading this informative blog!
Though most of you on the other side of the pond have to wait a few more hours …
Wait, the contributors in Australia are probably asleep already?

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I just realised that I’ve been logged out some time and reduced to the status of “guest” – what happened?
Is this some kind of punishment for the bad things I did this year?

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You have to log in again. It logs you out every few days. I think it is some security feature. It is annoying. On the top of the comment box, click on again the WordPress logo, if that is what you logged in with originally.

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BUEK To Everyone!

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BUÉK to you especially, some1 – we all need your expertise here!

Seems it worked …

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Happy New Year, especially to Éva, with a big thank you for all your work.
Our neighbours here in Budapest are letting off masses of fireworks as I write, and the stewed lentils have been made, ready to consume Januray 1st, for luck and prosperity. May 2016 be a good year for us all.

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This is what I miss! A good old “lencsefozelek”.

Guest

Aren’t there good recipes available ?
I’d think that you can get lentils all over the world – I used to cook them for myself when I was single, one pot would be enough for a week …
It wasn’t too complicated – even for someone like me who usually leaves the cooking to the girls.
Of course I always added some ham and/or Würstchen …

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Yes, I do cook up some things just for myself as the whole family frowns upon some of the “Eastern European ways”. I just find that to cater to everyone is so tiresome. I do cook everything from scratch although and all of us do that. The kitchen around the Holidays smell great from poppyseed, walnut rolls, challah bread, etc.

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some1 ….you going to let them go without kifli??? Maybe some palacsinta rolled up with some lekvar?????

I think many of you know that guy Bourdain who has a show where he travels ….and eats. We kind of laugh here in that he’s had great success in pushing foods which historically and culturally are simply found in ‘peasant’ food to people who really were so far removed from it. They think it’s the second coming or something when it comes to ‘head cheese’! But we ‘Eastern Europeans’ I think we’re way beyond the food curve that Bourdain is on! We were eating good from way back!…;-)…
But I can understand the connotations of ‘head cheese!’

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Palacsinta is staple food in my household. haha Although the kids like it with cocoa or Nutella. I like mine with Nutella and strawberries, or the Gundel kind of way, creamed walnut and chocolate sauce…. hmmm maybe I am just going to make some right now. Ha.

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Well, well. Thank you for this Stevan. I will make for Wednesday. I am not sure how I feel about the veggie mix in it, as I try not to use things that are overly preserved…. I have dried vegetables (parsley, thyme, oregano, etc….), so I think I will get creative. Thanks again.

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Keep it humane; don’t use any animal products. It will not only be better for your palate but for your heart — and the hearts of countless innocent victims.comment image

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Happy New Year Éva, to you and to all innocent feeling beings

https://youtu.be/rV0kVwAlwi0
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spectator
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Great!
But you shouldn’t have bothered with that last — the three legged (!) — one in that purplish striped shirt, however…
Not to mention that it’s insulting for the pigs to appear in such company..!

Joseph de Maistre
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BUEK Eva and all others, thanks for the valuable insights you provided

Uwe Pohl
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Dear Éva,
I only got to know Hungarian Spectrum last year and have been reading your posts with great interest ever since. Thanks for providing such a wealth of alternative linformation and insight, something that, sadly, is now absent from most Hungarian media these days. I wish you and yours all the best for the New Year and us more of the same from you.
Uwe

spectator
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Happy and orbanfree New year to all!

spectator
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Sorry, my comment was ment to the New Year of 2036 – my mistake!

tappanch
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BUEK to Eva and every friend on her blog.

I wish a new American president in the new year who will strongly promote democratic values in the world.

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tappanch…Getting tougher and tougher I’d say. I would say that perhaps we might have to get ready to live with a POTUS who we know is great in ‘construction’. But the jury would still have to be out on the future course when it would come to developing and protecting the United States of America’s interests. The individual just may change our notion of who and what a democratic politician is in public life.

Szántó Ildikó
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Happy New Year, especially to Éva, with a big thank you for all your work. A special thank you for including Árpád Göncz’s New Year’s speech from 1992. Wishing you good health and all the very best for the coming year. Fond regards from one your regular readers, Ildiko Szanto

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