Elizabeth and Siguard Medhus are opening their home to The Anthem Travel Club for a Hungarian Food and Wine Sampling. While at Elizabeth and Siguard’s home you and your friends will be treated to Hungarian artwork, music, pastries and wine, along with legendary Hungarian hospitality.
Date: Tuesday March 5th
Where: 2374 Rosendale Village Ave
Hungarians enjoy such a unique and wonderful culture! So unique, in fact, that it has even been rumored that they are extraterrestrials! To learn more click on this link – Hungary – or just join us on March 5th and decide for yourself.
The Hungarian Wine and Food Sampling event is open to all Anthem Travel Club members, as well as to those who are interested in joining the Anthem Travel Club.
However, space is limited. To reserve your space, please request an invitation. You will receive an email with your invitation within a few days.
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One of Elizabeth’s favorite Hungarian recipes:
MOKKA TORTA ( Mocha Cake)
6 eggs, separated
2/3 cups sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
3 tbs all-purpose flour
1 square Baker’s semi-sweet chocolate
1 tbs instant coffee
1/2 cup of coffee
3/4 cup sweet butter
2/3 cup sugar
1 31/2 ounce pkg blanched almonds
Beat egg whites until stiff; add 2 to 3 tbs of sugar. Cream together egg yolks, remaining sugar, and lemon juice until lemon colored and fluffy; fold in egg whites alternately with flour.
Bake in a 9 x16 inch baking pan in a preheated oven at 350 for 10 minute; lower heat to 300 and bake for 20 minutes or until golden. Cool on a cake rack and cut lengthwise into 3 pieces.
In a saucepan combine chocolate, instant coffee, for 5 minutes and cool. Cream together butter, egg, sugar, and vanilla; gradually add cooled coffee mixture and beat well. Spread filling between layers and overtop and sides.
Toast almonds in 1 to 2 tbs sugar on low heat; when brown remove from flame and stir with a fork until cool so they won’t stick together. Decorate top of the cake with the almonds-they are not only pretty but add to the flavor as well. Serves 6-8