July 12, 2008

Finally it is Lunch Time

Nicely set table, inviting aromas, new faces and plenty of red & white wines and conversation.

Traditional instruments and melodies from a century back provide just the right mood.

The pottery with the faces served as the wine vessels. On the plate is paprikas made of gray beef. Very tasty fare with a cabbage salad.

7 comments:

Rinkly Rimes said...

Now here's country I know little about! Except that I have a good friend called Angus (Scottish) who has a Scottish accent but who has the surname Feketey which he says is common in Hungary! His parents emigrated to Scotland from Hungary before WW2. I love the photo of the young girls in that cool cool cafe!
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magiceye said...

getting ready for a nice long luncheon!

Clueless in boston said...

Now that looks like a hearty meal! The wine vessel's face looks a little like Fu Manchu to me, are they imported from China?

Janice Thomson said...

Looks like a tempting place to dine at. Mmmm think I'm getting hungry now... :) Neat photos Isadora.

Anonymous said...

Isadora,(if that is your real name)

The paprikas made my mouth water!
I was in Budapest in 1991.

For no reason I can explain, a few minutes ago I got the impulse to do a Google search for "Isadora in Budapest" and out came your blog. Pretty amazing!!!!

I have some questions on Life Coaching. What is your e-mail?
Mine is ehnyilicza@alum.mit.edu

Örulök a szerencsének.
Steve (Istvan)
istvan46@yahoo.com

Istvan said...

Isadora,(if that is your real name)

The paprikas made my mouth water!
I was in Budapest in 1991.

For no reason I can explain, a few minutes ago I got the impulse to do a Google search for "Isadora in Budapest" and out came your blog. Pretty amazing!!!!

I have some questions on Life Coaching. What is your e-mail?
Mine is ehnyilicza@alum.mit.edu

Örulök a szerencsének.
Steve (Istvan)
istvan46@yahoo.com

wandi said...

This is so appealing! I am so into trying new foods and cultures. It looks very inviting to me!