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Almás Pite — Hungarian Apple Pie-Squares

Traditional Hungarian shredded apple squares

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In my Canadian hometown, late fall brings comfort foods to match the cold weather. Growing up in a very traditional Hungarian home meant that this time of year kept my mother very busy.

Before the change of seasons that would soon bring the mammoth snowfalls, my mother would spend the late…

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Arpad Nagy

Arpad Nagy

A Proud Hungarian-Canadian late 40’s, throwback romantic that loves to write. 5xTop Writer. Co-Editor for Kitchen Tales. Open for gigs. labbmwd@hotmail.com

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