Category Archives: Hungarian Happenings

Purim Celebrations at Hungarian Kosher Foods

  Purim is in full swing at Hungarian Kosher Foods! We are ready to help you celebrate Purim PLUS on Sunday, March 12 – PURIM – we will be celebrating at Hungarian Kosher  so come in and join the fun! Although Purim is only a one-day holiday, it is packed with fun customs and traditions, and we at Hungarian Kosher … Continue reading

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Chanukah Festivities at Hungarian Kosher Foods

The Chanukah season is here! At Hungarian Kosher Foods, our Chanukah preparations are in full swing! We have everything you need for your family Chanukah celebrations – including dreidels, Chanukah candles and oil, cookie cutters, paper goods, sufganiot, Chanukah cookies and to make your celebration extra special – we offer our homemade latkes. Hungarian is not just your “one stop … Continue reading

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Chanukah Happening at Hungarian! Sunday December 14

Celebrate Chaukah at Hungarian Kosher Foods This Sunday, December 14 Enjoy Chanukah Music,  Purchase our book, Food Family and Tradition: Hungarian Kosher Family Recipes and Remembrances – for all your gifts. This Sunday, December 14 ONLY and ONLY IN-STORE: 20% discount. Buy all your paper goods, candles, oil, dreidels and chanukah gelt, latkes and applesauce for your chanukah celebrations plus enjoy Sufganiyot … Continue reading

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City Winery Chicago Wednesday November 19,2014 – 7:00 pm

I am excited to share with you that we will be having an event: food and wine tasting at City Winery in Chicago on November 19 at 7:00 pm. Here is the description of the event ,which is on City Winery’s website. Description of Event Join Lynn Kirsche Shapiro, author of Food Family and Tradition: Hungarian Kosher Family Recipes and … Continue reading

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