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Insight  from the opening day !

Genuine gastronomic experiences!

The opening ceremony started at Friday,  during the noontime with welcoming the nearly 120 exhibitors, from 7 regions of Hungary and  4 regions from the  cross-border regions: Transcarpathia, Transylvania, Southland and Highland. More than 5000, yes five thousand food to be available for tasting throughout the 3 days long Fair. For those individuals that were present on that Friday surely got into the grove of the tasting the fine appetizing snacks and liquid foods.

Rolling down my update you can stop by at any of the stands to see what was to come. Sorry for only giving the visual taste, but surely will be coming along soon another Fair or Festival where these crunchy-munchy food can be tasted and make sure to be there.

WINE: Real speciality made from red and white wine from the region of Villány, the winery landscape is just a wink from the Southern border line. This specially made mulled-wine jam is an excellent rich in taste and can be added as a sider to red meat, poultry, fish, cheese or sweet cakes. The red and white jams are made from the protected origin grapes from the vineyards of Villány. The basic origins are: Portugieser,Villány Italian Reisling with added spices and sugar.

SALAMI: The National Park at “Kiskunság” is the Hungarian area of grey cattle and buffalo. At the national park, beside salami and  other main meat products are produced at the manufacture. These animals all live out in the grazing fields. At the national park, the production of high quality meat is ensured by the non use of chemicals and fertilizer-free pastures. These sample of meat-tasting was really a new taste for many. Both products: spicy and non-spicy were very delicious and available to purchase at the scene, just like the rest of the products during the fair.

PÁLINKA: Arpád Premium Pálinka cartridges pretty much looked like the cigar holders. They were packed in three and could be brought as a gift box on the spot. The varieties of fruit  are all from the land of Hungary. As soon as I had a glance on these small bottles, immediately flashed through my mind, these handy bottles made of glass can be also available in a plastic bottle from and can be widely used serving upon air-flights and so forth. Had a snip and it was heavenly, just like having a bite of a summer sun ripe fruit.

JAMS: Magic sealed in glass: Been at the right place  at the right time. At last, the time has come again when you discover the flavors of home, the importance of consumption of natural foods. This was brought all along from Transylvania to the Budapest’s 3rd Hungarian home-made Fair by the “SzekelyGyümölcs” In our era it was natural for children to canning, stored in a cool chamber preserves, jams, smoked, dried meats and plants that have had facilitated the design of the everyday housewife. In our present days, the changed urban life needs a different framework for the procurement of good sources. Not only the producers, but the also consumers’ are systematically searching to discover the products of reliable materials.There was a very good lineup of yummy jams and natural fruit jucie.

WINE VINEGAR: The Tokaj wine is worldwide famous abroad and the wine vinegar is only prepared  from the Tokaj hills superb wine. In the wine vinegar there is no any added substance. The wine vinegar is absolutely natural,only  bacteria and acetic acid-mediated components are included.They told me, they are pleased to be present, to introduce their worldwide one-and-only special wine vinegar from the Tokaj wine, by participating at this Hungarian home-made food and crafts festival of manufactures.

Be back to give an update of the last day at the Fair!

Update and snap by Aggie Reiter

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