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goulash

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Duck goulash, a main at Borkonyha, costs less than Dhs55.
Universal favorite beef goulash was the main course, served with homemade Spaetzle, red cabbage, and cranberries.
The second runners up were Goulash with an aggregate of 57.
NOON Photography can be hungry work so I'd want a big hearty meal - goulash in Prague - before a stroll around the city.
and Knowle enjoyed a lunch containing sample recipes Residents and visitors at Sunrise Living in Solihull and Knowle enjoyed a lunch containing sample recipes from the cook book recently, which includes a goulash and clotted cream rice pudding.
Cooks' Club, Gadgets to Goulash -- Quench your thirst, with Charlotte Budge, summer beverage recipes and cooking disasters.
He is a driving force behind a co-operative which is pitching to buy the Gay Hussar, a cherished hang-out of hacks and politicians for goulash and gossip.
Competition categories include tastiest dish - for which cooking the testicles as a goulash in a tradition clay pot is reckoned by connoisseurs to be a good way to win the prize.
Six young adventurers and Baskerville the dog explore the secrets of Creepy House and meet the hair-raising residents including Monsieur Goulash and Frankenmouse.
The restaurant - Hungry for Hungarian - will open this weekend, showing that there is more to the country's cooking than goulash.
International influences are evident in many of the dishes such as Hungarian Beef Goulash and Thai Red Curry Chicken.
The horsemeat scandal first spread to Finland as the Finnish branches of German grocery chain Lidl withdrew Beef goulash from their shelves last weekend.