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[Photo Journal/ A-Z Photo Story Challenge] P is for Pork Knuckle and Potato Dumplings in Budapest and Bratislava

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It is Tuesday! Time for Frizztext’s A-Z Photo Story Challenge. Letter this week is P and so I share yummylicious photographs of food that begin with P that I tasted in Budapest and Bratislava just a few months back.

Pork Knuckle from Budapest: Hungary for Crispy Pata

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We call this crispy pata in the Philippines, otherwise known as pork knuckle.

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It’s good that we found this eatery quite close to our hotel in Budapest. I couldn’t remember the name any longer but it’s packed filled with meat.

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My travel buddy and good friend Tuting Hernandez was determined to get his pork knuckle fix before we head back to our respective homes.

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So many to choose from.

Pork and Potato from Bratislava

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Pork meat – this is said to be a Czech national speciality – Roasted pork meat, cabbage, home-made dumplings: Schweinsbraten mit gedünsteten Sauerkraut und hausgemachte Knödel. Tuting’s choice.

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And this is mine: Potato dumpling with cheese and bacon.

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We also went to another restaurant where I ordered Potato halusky (dumplings) with bryndza (smoked sheep cheese), and bacon: Brimsenockerln mit Bryndza und geräucherten Schafkäse mit Speck.

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Evidently we had our fill in these two beautiful Eastern European countries.

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4 comments on “[Photo Journal/ A-Z Photo Story Challenge] P is for Pork Knuckle and Potato Dumplings in Budapest and Bratislava

  1. and I’m sure, Myra, you’ll have no problems to upload a post if it comes to X in our A to Z challenge: I like the T-shirt of your travel buddy and good friend Tuting Hernandez – it’s good for A = Amsterdam too!

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  2. Frizz is being well fed this week, Myra. The previous entry was about pasta 🙂
    I’d love to dine in Budapest.

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  3. I am suddenly very hungry. I don’t know why… 😉

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