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Hungarian Heritage Cooking and Baking Classes


I teamed up with Magyar Marketing to create a Hungarian Heritage class series. We are cooking and baking some Hungarian favorites together via Zoom, while sharing tips, tricks and our stories. 


These are  live, interactive online classes via Zoom. To protect participants privacy and encourage participation, these classes are not recorded.


Online registration is required for all classes.​ The registration is per device. Friends and family can get together to share this experience.

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Rétes (strudel) and sós aprósütemény (savory tea biscuit) - September 11. 2021.


Sütemény basically means baked treat, süti is the short version of the word. And Hungary has so many variations, that most of them don't even have a name. They are described by the ingredients or baking methods. Sütemény can be sweet (édes sütemény) or savory (sós sütemény) and for a party, people usually bake both types. We will do the same during this class.


Rétes is a popular sütemény  in Hungary with a long tradition. It's basically a filling wrapped in very thin dough. It comes in different sweet and savory flavors. Women used to get together to pull the  dough around a big table until it gets super thin. We will skip this laborious part and use Filo Dough. We will make two fillings, sour cherry-poppy seed and apple-walnut.


Sós aprósütemény (savory tea biscuit) is a basic savory dough, cut into tiny squares and the flavors added on top. They have a pretty long shelf life, so nice to keep them around and with all the possible toppings, they are pretty attractive. 


Class fee is $40

Please check the date before registering, registration is refundable only until 15 days before class.

Your recipes and the registration code will be sent to your email address two weeks before class. Please check your spam folder if you don't receive them.

Kifli, zsemle (bread rolls) and kalács (sweet, braided bread) - August 7. 2021.


In Hungary, people eat a lot of bread. Which leads to wide a variety of bread. Kifli and zsemle are basically single serving breads. Zou can find them in every grocery store. Most places will have a wide variation of them too. Kifli has crescent shape and zsemle is round.


Kalács is a sweet, braided bread. Most families will bake it for Easter, but they consume it all year round, as it's readily available in most bakeries and grocery stores.


Class fee is $40

Please check the date before registering, registration is refundable only until 15 days before class.

Your recipes and the registration code will be sent to your email address two weeks before class. Please check your spam folder if you don't receive them.

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Pogácsa (savory biscuit) and meggyes sütemény (sour cherry cake) - July 10. 2021.


Sütemény basically means baked treat, süti is the short version of the word. And Hungary has so many variations, that most of them don't even have a name. They are described by the ingredients or baking methods. Sütemény can be sweet (édes sütemény) or savory (sós sütemény) and for a party, people usually bake both types. We will do the same during this class.


Pogácsa is the most popular sós sütemény (savory snack) in Hungary. They come in different sizes and flavors and they are usually round. you can probably find hundreds of different recipes, some are light and flaky, others are more dense but they are all delicious. They are a basic party staple and in Hungary, you can buy them at bakeries, pastry shops and even grocery stores.


Meggyes sütemény is a sour cherry cake that is quick and easy to make. The distinct tart taste of the sour cherries cuts the sweetness of the cake.


Class fee is $40

Please check the date before registering, registration is refundable only until 15 days before class.

Your recipes and the registration code will be sent to your email address two weeks before class. Please check your spam folder if you don't receive them.

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2021 Baking Series (July 10., August 7., September 11.)


You can sign up for the following 3 classes together and save. 

Class fee for the 3 classes is $105.

See individual class details below.

Please check the dates before registering, registrations are refundable only until 15 days before the first class.

Your recipes and the registration code will be sent to your email address two weeks before class. Please check your spam folder if you don't receive them.

Previous classes in this series


These are the passed classes of this series. If you are interested in taking these, please send us a note. If there is enough interest, we are happy to schedule them again.