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Meteor Shower With A Side Of Dobos Torte

:: Hey, the Geminids are tonight, and promise to be spectacular. Don’t know if I’ll have the energy to check them out, I am SO tired tonight.

:: Earlier this evening, I broke bread with four fellow co-workers of Hungarian descent at a warm, friendly little Hungarian restaurant in north-west Edmonton called The Goulash. My dad’s parents were Hungarian, and came to North America in the 1920s, settling in Winnipeg. Dinner was paprikás csirke with gnocchi, followed by a slice of Dobos torte for dessert, perhaps the most amazing, multi-layer chocolate cake with a hard carmel icing , and it was the best meal I’ve had in months. The food tasted just like the dishes my Grandma Reichardt made when we were little, which means it tasted home cooked, not like restaurant food. God Bless the cook(s)!

2 Responses to “Meteor Shower With A Side Of Dobos Torte”

  1. Tony Dalmyn Says:

    On Saturday, as I browsed through recipe books, I decided to make goulash in a crockpot, using round steak and tomato soup as stock. Lots of paprika, garlic, onion, a touch of cayenne, black pepper. What a coincidence. Was there any special event to bring the descendents of Hungarians together in Edmonton?

  2. randy Says:

    There are a number of co-workers of Hungarian descent. One of the women, Judy, told me about this new restaurant, so I suggested she organize an excursion to have dinner. No special event, but a fun time was had by all. It was delicious food, I’m sure I’ll go back again soon.

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