Monday, June 4, 2007

"Vecsési" sauerkraut

Leaving Budapest on national motorway No. 4, you can get to Vecsés, which village is situated right next to Ferihegy Airport. (Anyway I live in Gyál, which is situated between Budapest and Vecsés.)

If you hear the name of the village, you immediately associate it with the sauerkraut, which Vecsés is deservedly famous for.

In Vecsés the preparation of sauerkraut was introduced by Swabians (Germans).

Certainly my székely goulash is also made of “vecsési” sauerkraut.

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