Kolbász,Hurka,Szalonna,Szalami n Landjäger GOT MEAT

Kielbasa Joe’s at Oak and 12th in Wyandotte…lots of variety in smoked and fresh..also handmade Pierogi, and imported Polish kraut, peppers, etc.. Joe Chantos started making Kielbasa and Hungarian Sausage when his grandparents died and no substitute could be found for their home-made meats. Soon afterward he quit his day job and now ships the stuff all over. In the community since 1978, this local corner grocer specializes in Hungarian and Polish smoked and fresh Kielbasa, Jerky meat sticks, Klazka, Hurka  made fresh in the store. They also have deli items and a small supply of groceries.


Authentic Hungarian style Kolbasz and many other old school style meats to choose from daily. The LOVE and dedication Joe puts into each recipe will keep you coming back for much more has thousands have done for over 5 decades, also great selection of Pierogi’s and other specialty goods to keep the whole family happy. I so Love the Landjerger fresh sausage along with the fresh Hungarian Sausage which I smoke on the grill low n slow over Cherry wood a must try. You must pay a visit to this hidden gem downriver which folks drive from a hour away and have holiday meats shipped across the nation. 

Check them out on Facebook and Like for updates on special and prices which are lower than those big box stores on your special sausage,,,oh yea try the thick cut Bacon   off the chart great,,,smoked in house as everything is,,,,, YES    SMELLS   ARE   FREE




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Palacsinta,Turos Teszta,Steak Budapest,Chicken Paprikash

Traditional Hungarian Goulash is served in a Caldron with a lit fire under the pot.  A ladle is dipped into the steaming pot to your bowl that’s loaded with meat,veggies and Paprikash Spatzle.  The American and Italian styles are made with Macaroni noodles, this dish is the true old school style you must try.

The amazing authentic Hungarian meals start with a great salad and bread basket. They just celebrated 20 years pleasing families form all over our metro area. A small bar for drinks and a large banquet room is very popular for many events held every year.  The most beautiful decorations and a Doll room make for a homely feeling for all to enjoy a super family meal.

We celebrated my daughters birthday meal with Steak Budapest a perfectly broiled Sirloin topped with Bacon,Onion,Green pepper and bathed in Mushroom Sauce. Turos Teszta whoa what a dish Hungarian house made wide noodles with cottage cheese and Bacon a new dish for me which I be sure to order again.

Traditional combo plate has Chicken Paprikash,Stuffed Cabbage and WOW that Breaded Pork Chop, I’ll tell you to get this combo on your first visit that shows the Love put into cooking this family provides to all. The highlight of the night was a child time favorite of mine called Palacsinta one with cheese and one with Apricot these unique crepe is a must try on your visit. So many other dishes to try will make us regular customers of the Hungarian Rhapsody, check out there website and Facebook page for specials. ENJOY

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR MS BECCA

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Fancy Pastry Shop since 1934 Delray to Allen Park 3rd Generation Baker

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Hungarian Strudel In Hungary, it is known as Retes

The papery thin strudel dough is complemented by a variety of typically Hungarian fillings:
The Hungarians fill the papery thin strudel dough with; tart green apples, tiny black poppy seeds, crunchy walnuts, bright red cherries, ride pudding, sweet noodles, cabbage or farmers cottage or curd cheese dotted with plump raisins and whatever cake or bread crumbs are on hand. The number of different strudel fillings now-a-days, is almost limitless and includes both sweet and savoury fare. The savoury varieties are especially popular among eastern Europeans 

This Amazing small shop has been around since 1934 when is was born in Delray and moved to Allen Park in 1982. Alex is the 3rd generation baker making his grandmother’s famous recipes serving customers from all over our metro area and shipping to other states.
Famous Hungarian Bakery from Delray

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You can get wonderful Hungarian sweets @ Fancy Pastry Shop in Allen Park. It is owned by the Grandson of the original owner. (was located in Delray and moved to Allen Park) Light and fluffy treats are the norm at this suburban pastry-lover’s delight.

If it’s pastry then it can be found here. The delicious sweet treats inside the shop are a light and fluffy pastry-lovers delight. The display cases at Fancy Pastry Shop beckon patrons to try one of dozens of goodies and freshly baked desserts. Perfectly textured tarts, turnovers and danish in a wide variety of flavors have made this establishment a classic among pastry lovers.

Alex the owner greets all with a treat of there Famous Bishops Bread which he ships nationwide as the lost art of baking this centuries old delicacy is very hard to find. Since 1934 there recipe’s from Hungry haven’t changed. The strudel, Hungarian Kifli and cakes are all made with LOVE that can be tasted in every bite. Stop by try the many unique old time bakery goods that our grandparents ate and you’ll be a regular like me. Make sure to check there website out.

With the holiday season upon us many special Hungarian treats with be made that many will crave at there feast. Alex will be working hard making everyone happy, you see he bakes everything yes a one man show with some help from family when it really gets busy. Stop by try some and order a platter of goodies for all to enjoy at your festival.   ENJOY
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Hungarian Comfort Food, Chicken Paprikash the Eldorado YUM

 chicken paprikash (paprikás csirke in Hungarian), Hungary’s famous dish of braised chicken and dumplings. Chicken Paprikash is a classic Hungarian comfort food dish. Me being born and raised in Southwest Detroit and Delray that was home to thousands of Hungarian families that worked hard and ate great meals being plated up in restaurants and friends homes has made me crave this great dish once per month. I get my fix at a place that’s been around 57 years whose mother came from Hungry to Delray many decade ago that opened this classic dining spot in Wyandotte which continued to expand over the years.



Now run by the son and Grandson they carry on the super recipes past down to them along with Polish meals and Succulent steaks. Always fast friendly service with a full bar that has really good drink prices. A classy place for your special day or there Famous all you can eat Fish Fry on Friday for only $ 8.95 or the 1 pound steak for $12 and my favorite the Chicken Paprikash meal has made me a lifelong customer as many others. Go ahead give them a try you know theres a reason they’ve been there so long. They also have a Facebook site to enjoy and receive meal deals.


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