|Lovely and useful gift
Chef Gordon Ramsay about
Treasured Hungarian Family
|Helen tries to let people know
unmistakable culinary world
David Katz Life Magazine Hungary
|Easy to follow lovely books
Nancy Richards CTV
|More than just a cookbook
Kyle Christie CTV News
|"We are very happy that you
promote Hungarian food and
delicacies online and in
printing form in Canada. It is
very helpful to make a better
image about Hungary. We
applaud your efforts of
keeping Hungarian heritage
alive through your recipes
outside the borders of
Hungarian National Tourism
|Hungarian dishes will delight
John Fear The Record Newspaper
|Helen M. Radics showcases free sample video recipe on her YouTube channel HRCSIDARANOLI which demonstrates her
knowledge of cooking and expertise in Hungarian heritage recipes. Own the most extensive collection of Hungarian heritage
recipes that are also featured by the Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library™. Author Helen M. Radics has been highly
praised by the Hungarian National Tourism Board for her dedication in spreading and preserving Hungarian culture and
Hungarian heritage recipes outside the borders of Hungary.
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™© 1,2,3 / Mom's Hungarian Heritage Recipes™© / Helen's Hungarian
Heritage Collection™© / Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™© are only authentic when the author is listed as
Helen M. Radics and her photo is either on the front or back cover.
ABOUT THE COOKBOOKS
I have been dreaming of creating a collection of my family’s most cherished recipes for decades, but life always had something
else to say. The death of the love of my life, my husband Joe, put the brakes on my creativity once again until my daughter
Helen, told me in no uncertain terms in 2010 that life is too short to waste. I decided to listen to her, after all she has always
been my guiding star. I grabbed my pen and brand new notebook and started to organize my favorites to be included in my
first book, Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™© 1, or as my customers call it, the Red Book.
However, trying to fit all my recipes into one book, became an impossible task. Today I have several English Language
cookbook and one Hungarian language cookbook, but dozens of recipes are still collection dust, waiting for another book to
give them home.
My great-great Grandmother started this lovely family tradition of passing down her favorite recipes for the next generation t
o enjoy. I recall many lovely memories in my Grandmother Apollonia Swartz' kitchen, with the mesmerizing aromas all aroun
d me and wanting to learn all her secrets, that she was always more than willing to share. I learned most of my basics from he
r and my Mother as a very young girl. I loved baking with my Grandmother when I was barely tall enough to reach the table.
I cooked my first complete menu at the tender age of 9, and by the time I was 12-13 I regularly cooked to ease my Mother’
s burden. It was fun after all, I did not think of cooking or prepping as a chore.
Even today, my favorite hobby is cooking and sharing my recipes with everyone through my recipes, videos and cookbooks
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™© 1, 2, 3 / Mom's Hungarian Heritage Recipes™© / Helen's Hungarian
Heritage Collection™©/ Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™© / Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™©
Anniversary Edition / Helen's Hungarian Heritage Collection™© Hungarian Language Version (Magyar Kiadas).
You will find all the recipes that you grew up with from your Mother and Grandmother’s kitchen. All my recipes are very easy to
follow and will become an instant favorite of your family. You need to search no longer to find an authentic recipe for such
famous dishes as Hungarian Goulash, Hungarian Goulash Soup, Lecso, Hungarian Cabbage Rolls, Hungarian
Potato Paprikash, Hungarian Chicken Paprikash, Hungarian Fish Soup, Hungarian Layered Sour Kraut
(Husoskaposzta), Creamed Spinach Green Pea Soup, Hungarian Bean Goulash Soup. Just to name a few.
All my books also include an extensive dessert section, but my 3rd book is a complete baking book, with many favorites from
the legendary Café Houses of Budapest and the everyday Hungarian kitchen. Some of my favorites include Dobos Torte ,
Eszterhazy Torte, Walnut Roll, Poppy Seed Roll, Jalapeno Dinner Rolls, Cheese Sticks/Bread Sticks and many more
wonderfully easy to follow specialties.
Many people told me that if I make FREE video recipes, people won't buy my cookbooks because they will get my recipes
free. However, they were proved wrong. People who tried my video recipes came back and purchased my books because
they realized that my books are full of tasty, and easy to follow additional recipes that they will certainly love, judging from my
The first 2 books (red & green book) contain history of Hungarian red paprika, history of Hungarian wine, history of the most
beautiful Café House of the world, the elegant Café New York located in the splendid New York Palace hotel of Budapest.
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™©1 & 2 also contain an extensive herbal dictionary, appetizers, soups, main
dishes, side dishes, meat dishes, goulash section, cakes, tortes, pastries, truffles, artesian breads, biscuits and
many more wonderful, easy to follow creations. The rest of my cookbooks are all completed cookbooks, containing
appetizers, soups, baking and dessert sections and culinary food history and spice information. The only acceptance is Helen’
s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™© which is actually an extensive collection of peasant and gourmet soups and desserts.
These cookbooks are the only Hungarian cookbooks that you need in your collection. My books were featured on CTV News,
Canadian Newspapers and by Life Magazine several times. Life Magazine named me as their official spokesperson for
Walnut Roll for the 2010 Christmas season.
These are a highly collectible cookbooks that your friends and family will cherish for years to come. You don’t need to have to h
ave Hungarian heritage to enjoy my recipes. Many of my dishes will become favorites even if you never tasted Hungarian f
ood. Please try some of my free cooking video recipes and be the judge.