Growing Up in a Hungarian Community
August 18, 2020
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I grew up in Youngstown, Ohio which had a great Hungarian community. My mom grew up on Buckeye Road in Cleveland, Ohio which had even more activity. But you don’t have to live in a strong Hungarian community to instill a love for Hungarian heritage!

Food is an easy way to help family members make a connection. In this episode, I talked about palacsinta (Hungarian crepes). And be sure you look around the Hungarian Living website for a lot of ideas on how to get more Hungarian into your life!

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