Huszar in Pittsburgh Magazine – PGH International Restaurants

“Judy Torma’s father was active in the anti-communist Hungarian Uprising of 1956. As refugees, her parents escaped first to Austria and eventually resettled in Pittsburgh; her mother didn’t know it at the time, but she was pregnant with Judy when they fled by dump truck and through the woods. Torma’s mother worked as head chef […]

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October 13th Bacon Roast!

It’s our annual October Bacon Roast! Traditional Old Fashioned, Hungarian Bacon Roast (Szalona Sutes) include guests roasting their slab-bacon over open fire pits, which is then served on fresh sourdough bread,with peppers, onions, and tomatoes. A shot of brandy and a Karlovachko beer, desserts and live entertainment are included in the $35 per person fee. ($25 for non alcohol ticket).

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