The Debrecziner Gourmet Festival is held for the 6th time in the Big Forest of Debrecen. The event began on Friday and it was attended by many people despite the rain, and by the evening, Békás-tó was filled with people interested in Hungarian gastronomy. The Debrecziner Gourmet Festival awaits those interested with unique dishes and […]
Six wine regions, sixty-five wineries from twenty-two wine regions, and forty musical formations will be presented at this year’s Debrecen Wine and Jazz Days, which will take place on August 4-7. on the shores of Lake Békás in Nagyerdei, the organizers announced at a press conference on the spot on Thursday.
In recent years, the definition of ingredients has characterized the food offerings, and this year the forest will inspire the dishes of the Debrecziner Gourmet Festival, the organizers said at the event’s press conference on Monday.
Domestic sales volume of Hungary’s biggest brewers fell by 4% to 1.7 million hectolitres in January-April from the same period a year earlier, Sándor Kántor, the head of the Hungarian Brewers Association.
After a long time, the main event of international gastronomy is happening again at the University of Debrecen. This year’s International Food Day visitors can taste the dishes and specialties of fifteen nations in the University Square.
Nébih recalled various chocolates, sweets, cakes, wafers, chewing gums, puffed rice products of Elite brand due to suspicion of salmonella contamination.
After a long time of no events, what bette way to celebrate than International Food Day 2022!
Debrecen is doing a lot for Hungarian wine culture, one of the most significant events of which has been the selection of the city’s wines since 2015, the organizers said at a press conference presenting this year’s wines on Tuesday.
Due to the possible presence of foreign material, certain production batches of Nagyi Titka wheat flour are being withdrawn from the market, Nébih said on April 9th.
Salmonella cases have been reported in several EU Member States and have been shown to be linked to various Kinder chocolate products made at the Arlon plant in Belgium.