“If you want to experience joy, stop, slow down, and begin to pay attention to what you taste and smell when you’re making breakfast, when you’re in a restaurant, when you’re having wine, when you’re outside and it’s the beginning of spring and you can smell the earth getting soft under your feet.
Pay attention to these things happening all around you. You’ll be amazed at what you discover.” — Michelle Krell Kydd
Traditional Hungarian meals blend eastern mystique with the traditions of the west. A favorite ingredient is paprika (sweet or hot), found in most markets and shops. Hungarian goulash (Gulyás), as well as the lighter Goulash Soup, are culinary favorites.
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Quote by Michelle Krell Kydd excerpted from interview on flavor and fragrance in Life Is Full of Sweet Spots, An Exploration of Joy.
Photos by Mary O’Connor © 2016 (from ongoing series of Danube River cruise photos)
6 thoughts on “Flavor”
We love paprika! It’s supposed to be very good for eyesight! 🙂
Loving these Danube River cruise memories!
Looks like quite a hot flavour! 😉
They use either hot or sweet paprika. This one, believe it or not, was the sweet variety. Very good! 🙂
Well, the sweet variety would agree with my tongue. 😉
It certainly did w mine!😉