There is always so much to do, but never ebough time. As of today I will post only on the Hungarian blog, there you will find everything also in English! Click here!!!
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Posted by Kornelia ed Emanuel at 8:46 AM
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Friday, June 18, 2010
Giacomo will satrt elementary school
in September...time really flies...last week we participated at his graduation.
They sang and showed us their English knowledge as well.
The end of every year there is a show in the schools
where the children can show us what they have learned.
Here are some pictures and a video of Samuele's:
Samuele is the 4th from the left.
I am trying to catch up on some of the important events of the past 9 months...in pictures.
1. Giacomo and Samuele started gymnastic in Spetember. They love it and in February they had a demostration of what they have learned...and both of them earned a medallion.
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Egyutt, most mar oten
Posted by Kornelia ed Emanuel at 2:44 AM
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Thursday, February 25, 2010
When I was still living at home, I often asked my mom to cook a special type fo meatrolls for me. I still remember the cookbook where she got the recepie from. Well, a few weeks ago this memory came to my mind and I started to look for the recipe on the net,
and I think I found the same one.
Of course I adapted it to my needs and our taste and it turned out very well.
I am sure it is possible to make it in the crockpot. So, here is my version:
6-8 thin slice of lean pork meat
200 g thinly sliced mortadella
200 g ricotta
2 tbsp Philadephila cream cheese
3 tbsp chopped parsley
3/4 cup white wine
half can of chopped tomatoes
3 tbsp olive oil
1. Salt and pepper the meat, put on them the mortadella slices.
2. Mix the ricotta and the cheese, add the finely chopped parsley. Spread it on the mortadella and carefully roll the meat, fix it with a thread.
3. Heat the oil in a cooking pan, and brown the meat on all sides.
4. Pour on the rolls the wine and on high temperature let the alcohol to evaporate.
5. Add the tomatoes and some water, then cook it for 30 minutes. It is normal if some of the filling comes out.
6. Serve it on cooked rice while it is still hot.
It turned out as a great success!