Hungarian Pastry at the Bakehouse

With several trips to Hungary and over a decade of hard work in their professional kitchens, our baking pals at Zingerman’s Bakehouse have been recreating many Hungarian delicacies since 2011. … Continued

Hungarian Paprika from the Hodi Family

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A new arrival in Ann Arbor from the south of Hungary I’m excited to say that, after many months of waiting (pandemic-induced ordering issues, etc.), we’ve … Continued

Hungarian Dessert: Rigó Jancsi

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Chocolate Torte with Chestnut Cream- a seriously terrific Hungarian pastry! It’s been over a decade now since we first started making Rigó Jancsi at the Bakehouse. … Continued

Hungarian Almond Kifli from the Bakehouse

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Superb little cookies that can spiritually transport you to Budapest with every bite One of my all-time favorite Bakehouse cookies are Hungarian almond kifli. If you, … Continued

Potato Bacon Rétes at the Bakehouse

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Flaky, filled Hungarian pastry for breakfast, lunch, or dinner The Bakehouse’s work with Hungarian foods has been, for me, one of the most inspiring stories … Continued

Rózsavölgyi Cacao Nib Dark Chocolate

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Laced with palinka and candied cacao nibs This chocolate bar is both uniquely Hungarian and perfectly suited for holiday celebrations! Artisan dark chocolate handcrafted in … Continued

Beigli from the Bakehouse

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Excellent pastry in the style of Budapest Over the last 10 years or so, these wonderful Walnut Beigli (pronounced “bay-glee”) have become one of our … Continued

Making Jewish Chop Suey for a Summer Supper

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews  An easy-to-assemble Jewish-American seasonal salad! This simple dish, also known as “Farmer’s Chop Suey,” is, to my vegetable-centric taste, terrific! Although it was a mainstay … Continued

Tokaji Cream Cake from the Bakehouse

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A modern pairing of traditional Hungarian sweet wine and pastry One of the richest, creamiest, lightest, and most unusual of the many great Hungarian baked goods … Continued

Cabbage & Goose Fat Rétes at the Bakehouse

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Super tasty, traditional Hungarian savory strudel served up May 5-7 Cabbage Rétes (the middle one pictured) is a favorite Hungarian flavor we discovered during our time … Continued

Pogácsa from the Bakehouse

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A classic Hungarian “biscuit” for breakfast, lunch or dinner Although aficionados have been enjoying them for years now, the Pogácsa (pronounced “poh-gotcha”) at the Bakehouse seem … Continued