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The Hungarian Heritage Podcast

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This is the Hungarian Heritage Podcast. Here, we are dedicated to leaning in and listening to Hungarians and non-Hungarians who have a deep understanding of Hungarian history, culture, traditions, food, travel, and everyday life experiences in Hungary or from just being Hungarian. Our approach will broaden and expand your connection to your Hungarian Heritage in a fun, modern, inclusive, and welcoming format. So if you were ever curious to know more about your Hungarian Heritage, or you're n ...
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Welcome to this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast. This episode is the second in a series of three episodes about the stories, legends, folklore and history behind many of the commonly visited tourist sites in Budapest and throughout Hungary. My guest for this series is Eni Almadi, and she is back to discuss some history and folklore in Hun…
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Welcome to this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast. This episode is the first in a series of three episodes about the stories, legends, folklore and history behind many of the commonly visited tourist sites in Budapest and throughout Hungary. My guest for this series will be Eniko Almadi. Throughout her life, Eni has always been passionate a…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast, I will be speaking with fellow podcaster, Szilvia Papp, and she is the creator and teacher of Hungarian With Sziszi, a Hungiaran Learning podcast. But that’s not all, she also has a membership program with three options to choose from to help teach you Hungarian in a natural speaking and original w…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast, I will be speaking with Alexandra Damanis, and she is the owner of Citadella Imports, a company that imports Hungarian wines to the United States. We will discuss Alexandra’s Hungarian heritage, her journey to the US, what led her to start a Hungarian wine import business, and how she personally se…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast, I will be speaking with Ildiko Wardlaw. She is the creator and owner of Kukucs Box, a Hungarian language learning subscription box for young children. We will discuss the inspiration for Ildi’s journey from Hungary to Scotland, her personal English language learning experience, and her efforts to t…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast, I will be talking with Ilka Kocsis and she is the author of Ilka’s Kitchen, a Hungarian cookbook, but not the usual type of cookbook that you would encounter on the bookshelf. Ilka’s Kitchen is also a memoir with her personal memories and family stories woven in between the recipes. It is a cookboo…
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Hello everyone, My name is Christine and I am excited to announce that The Hungarian Heritage Podcast is back for Season 2 with a great line up of guests that will continue to connect you to your Hungarian heritage and expand this community we are building. A big thanks to all of you, no matter what part you played in making Season1 a success, I th…
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In this last interview episode of season one, our sweet 16 episode, I have the privilege of speaking with Anna De Cheke Qualls, who is not only behind the communication and social media of the Tisza Ensemble, who you may recognize as a previous guest of the podcast, but Anna also brings her professional expertise to the conversation, as she is a le…
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In this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast we are talking sports, specifically the sport of lacrosse. My guest in this episode is George Rohonczy, and we discuss the Hungarian Men’s National Lacrosse team. We talk about how lacrosse came to be a national sport in Hungary, the thrills of their victories both on and off of the field, how to tr…
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This episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast is the third in a three part series of guests who are all of Hungarian decent, that were all born in the United States, but have three very different experiences about being a Hungarian American. In this series we touch upon what their Hungarian connection has been throughout their lives so far, how th…
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This episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast is the second in a three part series of guests who are all of Hungarian decent, that were all born in the United States, but have three very different experiences about being a Hungarian American. In this series we touch upon what their Hungarian connection has been throughout their lives so far, how t…
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This episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast is the first in a three part series of guests who are all of Hungarian decent that were all born in the United States, but have three very different experiences about being a Hungarian American. In this series we touch upon what their Hungarian connection has been throughout their lives so far, how the…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast I will be talking with Eszter Suto from the Hungary Foundation in Washington, DC. The topic of this episode is very exciting, because it will give all of you, the listeners, a chance to participate and interact with an American based Hungarian App, and that App is called Hugo, or Hello Hugo if you’r…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast we will be talking about studying abroad in Hungary. If you’ve ever considered studying abroad, or you know someone who would enjoy a study abroad experience, you can hear all about it first hand from my guest today, Lyna Zimouche. She will tell us about how she chose Debrecen, Hungary as her study …
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast I will be speaking with Eniko Basa, and she is a founding member of the American Hungarian Educator’s Association in Washington. DC. She and I talk candidly about our different experiences with learning or maintaining the Hungarian language, what the catalyst was for creating the AHEA, as well as, h…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage Podcast we are going to talk about a romantic, and sometimes hectic topic of weddings and wedding planning. I am speaking with Anna and Marton, a recently married couple, and we discuss their experience with what it’s like to plan a wedding in Hungary. In this modern world we live in with access to the inte…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast I will be speaking with Marielle van Luijk ,and she is a collector of authentic Hungarian Folk costumes. We are going to talk about Marielle’s Hungarian heritage, what inspired her at a young age about Hungarian folk clothing, when she started collecting, how her collection has grown, and how she co…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage Podcast we will be discussing the Future Leaders exchange program or Flex which is run and funded by the US Department of State. It was created by former New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley back in the early 1990’s. Senator Bradley believed that the best way to ensure peace between the US and the countries of E…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast we will be talking about a delicious topic, and that is Kurtos Kalacs….translation…chimney cakes. That delicious, confectionary delight you typically find at a Hungarian street festival. My special guest today is , Nicole Shaw-Provillion, who is an expertly trained chimney cake maker and she is the …
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast we will be talking with Cathy Lamont and Joseph Kroupa from the Hungarian folk dance group the Tisza Ensemble. We will talk all about Hungarian folk dancing, the similarities and differences of dance styles and choreography in the different regions of Hungary, and we will talk about the history of T…
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On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast we will be talking with Geri Borbely, a Hungarian who grew up on his family’s winery in Hungary learning and working on the family’s vineyard in all of the stages of wine making from the grape on the vine to the wine in the bottle, and then using his experience to attain his degree in wines and spir…
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Willie Gevertz, a native New Yorker, is a popular You Tuber, Instagrammer, and social media expert who fell in love with Hungary after just one visit and then decided to move there, where he then fell more in love with Hungary and it’s also where he met fiancé. During this new adventure, Willie had been documenting his love of Hungary and the Hunga…
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Sziaszktok! Welcome to the introduction episode of the Hungarian Heritage Podcast! This podcast is dedicated to helping people make more connections to their Hungarian Heritage and to help connect the circles of Hungarians around us. Whether you are just beginning your journey of discovering about your Hungarian Heritage, or you're looking to dive …
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