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June Meyer, a Chicago native and graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, has been a resident of Deerfield, Illinois for 37 years, she taught Art at Deerfield’s Wilmot Elementary School for 25 years until her retirement in 1994.

June grew up with these recipes since both of her parents were born in Hungary and they brought their ethnic dishes with them when they emigrated to America. Her Family recipes had never been written down, cooking was done with a handful of this, a pinch of that. They were passed from generation to generation by daughters cooking at the elbows of grandmother and mother.

As an avid reader of the rec.food.cooking newsgroup on the Internet, June found that there was a need to preserve these wonderful old recipes for future generations due to the fact that most families never wrote down the beloved family recipes and were lost when grandma died.

Over the last two years June has assembled a sizable collection of her family's Hungarian recipes. In 1996 June and her son Aaron decided to self-publish her cookbook entitled, "
June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipes". The collection of recipes and stories grew and grew until it finally included ninety five authentic Hungarian recipes and stories.

The Cookbook is now available for sale.

June’s cookbook has 95 kitchen tested, family recipes in a most usable form. It is nicely organized with one recipe per page and each recipe is preceded by a short colorful remembrance or historical fact. The cookbook is professionally printed, measures 8.5X7, is spiral bound (so it will lay flat in the kitchen) with 195 pages (at this time available in English language only).

It is so much more than just a wonderful cookbook. It has an Ingredients page, an Alphabetical and Category Recipe Index with English and Hungarian names, A chapter for Hungarian Christmas Cookies, The Danube Swabian Coat of Arms, A History of German Settlement in Southern Hungary and a History of The Danube Swabians in the Twentieth Century by Historian Susan Clarkson. It also contains the Origin of June Meyer’s Family Recipes and an account of life in Altkeer, Batchka region, Hungary around the turn of the century.

The Recipe Categories include Relish & Pickles, Salads & Slaws, Soups and Dumplings, Main Course, Side Dishes, Sauces, Pastries, Hungarian Christmas Cookies, Fillings For Kipfels And Cookies, and Other Hungarian Goodies. I am sure you will enjoy the food, authentic recipes and stories.

• How To Order •

To order June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipe Cookbook send a check or money order made payable to June Meyer (in US funds only) per book to:

June Meyer
978 Maple Ct.
Deerfield, IL 60015

Please include your name, address, state, zip, phone number and E-mail address.

Cost per book:
If you are in the Continental U.S. the book is $22.00 (US funds) including shipping costs.
If you are in Illinois, the cost is $23.75 (US funds) which includes Illinois state tax and shipping costs.
If you are in Canada, the cost is $29.50 (US funds only) including shipping and handling.

All others please write or E-mail for S&H rates E-mail June Meyer at:

All books are shipped book rate via the US Postal Service and usually arrive in 5 to 10 days from the time we receive your order. If you would like the book faster, please send an additional $5.50 to cover Priority Mail postage.

Don't delay, order your copies now, makes a great gift!

See a list of all the Recipes in June Meyer's Cookbook
with Free Sample Recipes

See what people are saying about June's Cookbook in our previous guestbook comments page.

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