Gulyás [Herdsman]: romantically transfigured nationalist themes in these lithographs by Károly Sterio (1821-1861). Artwork like this made the idea of common gulyás as a national food more attractive, palatable, and acceptable for the Hungarian nobility in their fight against the Austrian nobility. (picture by commons.wikimedia.org)

Gulyás [Herdsman]: romantically transfigured nationalist themes in these lithographs by Károly Sterio (1821-1861). Artwork like this made the idea of common gulyás as a national food more attractive, palatable, and acceptable for the Hungarian nobility in their fight against the Austrian nobility. (picture by commons.wikimedia.org)

Gulyás [Herdsman]: romantically transfigured nationalist themes in these lithographs by Károly Sterio (1821-1861). Artwork like this made the idea of common gulyás as a national food more attractive, palatable, and acceptable for the Hungarian nobility in their fight against the Austrian nobility. (picture by commons.wikimedia.org)

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Hi, I'm Nino, an unbridled foodnik blogging from Vienna, the city of dreams and Sigmund Freud. I'm cooking up a therapy with recipes and stories from Viennese cuisine and its eclectic influences – Jewish, Italian, Hungarian, Bohemian... – with an armchair psychoanalytical twist.

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