We are a family owned small business celebrating Hungarian heritage and have been in operation since 1988.
Many of you knew and loved my mom, Elizabeth A. Szabo. Magyar Marketing was her vision for helping families discover, celebrate, and share Hungarian heritage! Even though my mom passed away in 2008, we continue this important work she started and we continue to gather a variety of resources to encourage you to share your Hungarian heritage! If you are looking for our online store look for Magyar Marketing Store (towards the top right hand side of this page) and click on the box. Or CLICK HERE to shop. If there is something you are looking for but you can’t find, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-786-7851 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in visiting Hungary with Magyar Living Tours? We have three trips planned for 2018. Click here for more information and please call me to ask any questions!
Our family appreciates your support of our business. It is our hope that we can learn from one another how to better discover, celebrate, and share our Hungarian heritage with those we love!
This year marks our 30th year in business! We are excited to celebrate with you in a variety of ways so stay tuned! If we have inspired you to learn more Hungarian history or language, cook more Hungarian food, travel to Hungary, attend a Hungarian event or otherwise become more engaged with your Hungarian culture then we have done our job! If we don’t work together to encourage one another in “all things Hungarian” our heritage will diminish and then completely disappear! Let’s not allow that to happen!
Let’s Cook Challenge
Keeping Hungarian heritage alive in families is an effort. Most of my grandparents came to the U.S. as children in the early 1900’s so it has been over 100 years since they have left Hungary. Some traditions may be considered lost, of course. But my perspective is that these traditions have been in hibernation – just waiting to be re-awakened and re-introduced into the family life. Nurturing others through food is a wonderful gift and Hungarian recipes can ignite discussions about Hungarian culture and history with family and friends. I don’t have the benefit of following my mom or grandmother around the kitchen in order to learn their teaching techniques so there is a lot more trial and error in what I cook. I love simple recipes but I also enjoy the more challenging ones when I have the time to experiment. My biggest obstacle is setting aside the time to play in the kitchen! If you would like a challenge each month to insert some more Hungarian food into your life, the Let’s Cook Challenge is for you! There is still time to join in on the fun and qualify for the Hungarian Chef apron. Check out this link with all the details! I have already received some photos from several participants as they have already completed the January task! I can’t wait to hear from everyone and how things went!
You may remember that I committed to making szaloncukor this year. Wow! It was quite a project but mainly because it was just not something I had ever done before. If I hadn’t challenged myself to do it and made it public, I know I would have just kept putting it off. Read all about it here….
Check out our fun video highlighting some of our tours and contact us for more information if you want to travel to Hungary in 2018 or 2019! We would love to have you join us!
I am headed back to Hungary towards the end of January for our Winter Traditions Tour and I want to make sure upcoming events for your Hungarian club are publicized so please email your digital “poster” for your event as soon as you have the details ready so we can include it in the Upcoming Events area of the Magyar Living website. We know with March 15th coming up there will be commemorations of this historical event taking place all around the U.S.A. and Canada.