A l Hongroise (ah lang-wahz) means cooked in the Hungarian manner, which is nearly always in a creamy sauce flavoured with paprika. Eggs, fish and shellfish, lamb, beef, veal, offal and poultry may be cooked in this manner.


The name given to a species of climbing plant of the humulus family, hops are grown extensively in the United States, Germany and Great Britain and indeed in most parts of the world that have a temperate climate.

The shoots of the plant are sometimes used as a vegetable, especially in cont-inental Europe, but it is the cones of the female plant that are most important – they provide the main flavour in beer.