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June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipes Third Edition Paperback – January 13, 2012
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About the Author
June V. Meyer was born in Chicago in 1934, a Chicago native and graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. June taught Art in Illinois for 25 years until her retirement in 1994. June loves to cook, and enjoys cooking and eating many different ethnic foods. There is something spiritual and comforting about cooking and baking foods that your ancestors loved and thrived on. June grew up with these recipes since both of her parents were born in Hungary and they brought their ethnic dishes with them when they came to America. Her ancestors were ethnic German and Alsatian colonists who immigrated to Austria-Hungary from Swabia and Alsace-Lorraine in the 1700's. These recipes had never been written down. Her family cooked only Hungarian and Transylvania dishes passed down through generations by daughters cooking at the elbows of grandmothers and mothers. They are peasant dishes that took advantage of the bounty of the land, requiring slow cooking while the farmers worked in the fields. The cuisine is exceptionally flavorful and unforgettable. June wanted to preserve the recipes for her grandchildren and future generations. She first wrote and published “June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipes” cookbook in 1997. This edition has the full collection of 95 Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipes. What was once lost is now found.