We consider it to be among our most interestingly named foods, but like countless other dishes we have, barátfüle (friend’s ear) has countless other unique names. Its most popular name may be derelye, but earlier reports suggest that it started its career as laska. However, this name is already used for countless Transylvanian dough-based foods. The recipe for derelye first showed up in Hungary in a 1786 cookbook. Originating from the Palóc region, it often plays a role in Hungarian …
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Our Favorite Lent Dessert, Mistakenly Given an Intriguing Name – With Recipe!
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