Sunday, November 16, 2008

a walk in the park

What a day. Diane has been itching to get out of the city and go explore the Buda Hills. So today, we headed for the Budapest Cog-wheel Railway and headed for the hills. What we found was more beautiful than we expected. Cool air, crispy leaves, distant views of the city, and glimpses of the sun peaking from behind the clouds. Some hot wine kept us warm and some yummy sausage filled our bellies. It was a wonderful day.

Budapest in the distant

A walk in the park
happy people
Steven enjoying a sajtos perec (cheese preztel)
Dinner from Saturday night-Diane is
enjoying testing her Hungarian cooking skills
Gomba Paprikás with csipetke
(Mushroom paprika with homemade pinched noodles)



3 comments:

Grandma J. said...

These pictures are as beautiful as you described the great experience to me today. Your noodle dish sounds great. How about the recipe?

Audrey said...

Seems like you continue to have a beautiful autumn in Budapest! I'm impressed by Diane's first attempt at Hungarian cooking. Looks pretty close to what we ate at Szent Jupats! Also awaiting a recipe...

Diane Kappa said...

Hello Audrey and Grandma,
I will post the recipe on the next blog entry:)
We had such a wonderful day yesterday. It was so nice getting away from the city if only for a few hours. Drinking hot wine in the cool breeze doesn't hurt either:)