|Delicious, and uncontroversial!|
|"Don't cheat! Don't steal! Don't lie! Because the Government doesn't like competition."|
|A mere 12 bucks on Amazon kindle!|
|A lucky goddamned Jew.|
That is a roasted goose leg sitting atop the beans up there... the Hungarian Jewish all purpose stand in for pork. Solet is one dish that crossed over from Jewish cooking into Hungarian cusine, although most Hungarians know solet as something eaten with smoked pork, which is also delicious, but as you may well have guessed, it is as unkosher as it comes. Kadar isn't kosher, the orthodox in the nabe avoid it, but it used to serve comfort food to the old Jewish communist functionaries who maintained a home in the old Ghetto district, and eventually became a magnet lunch joint for actors and theater directors. Another standard here is the beet salad - seen in the photo above - topped with home made grated horseradish which will blow the back of your head off.
|Goose on rice. This lives about two minutes away from where I am now typing this.|
|Just like Mama used to make, if you were born to my Mama.|