Are you a nanny, taking care of kids? An Au Pair living with the family you work for? A parent that wants to give something special to a teacher, your spouse, grandparents? Are you in need of an idea that can engage kids for some time but it is simple enough that the little ones… Continue reading Christmas gift idea your little ones will love to help with!
What is Thanksgiving, anyway?
We all heard about Thanksgiving, right? In American movies families get together and eat turkey, stuffing, pie and give thanks. Uhhuh. But what is it all about? Well, I’m about to spend my second Thanksgiving in the USA. Last year my first host family took me to New York city to spend some time at… Continue reading What is Thanksgiving, anyway?
Healthy Carrot Cake Muffins
A wonderful Fall activity: Apple picking
I love Fall in New England! But you could know that if you read some of my previous posts or have seen my photos on IG. Today, November 8th, it is still a beautiful, sunny day, but the weather got a little bit chilly by now. October was wonderful, tho. 16 Celsius (around 61 Fahrenheit),… Continue reading A wonderful Fall activity: Apple picking
Roasted bell peppers stuffed with cottage cheese
I officially started a new, healthy lifestyle. So I needed some new recipes. As I also started to workout, what I was looking for was healthy meals with protein. This is how I found this amazing recipe which I changed a little, here is my version of roasted bell peppers stuffed with cottage cheese: Ingredients:… Continue reading Roasted bell peppers stuffed with cottage cheese
Healthy snacks for Fall
Sugar free cranberry sauce and sweet plantain chips https://www.instagram.com/annathehungarytraveler It’s Fall again. Thanksgiving is coming up and I, being new to American culture have decided to try it myself. I enjoy cooking and always try to find the healthiest way to make a meal. In some cases it doesn’t work unfortunately, because traditional Hungarian… Continue reading Healthy snacks for Fall
Oooh those never ending breadsticks!
Olive Garden. Another chain, you would think. Until you decide to give it a try. This Saturday, being very busy, we’ve come to a point where we were dying to get some food in our stomachs. Italian sounds great, also fills you up very well. The closest facility was Olive Garden. As a foreigner I… Continue reading Oooh those never ending breadsticks!
Margarita and String Fries
Visited Border Cafe in Saugus, MA. Who doesn’t love Mexican food? The place is very authentic with the music and decoration. And the food! I don’t know what happened to me, but I just don’t really like alcohol anymore. The strawberry margarita was a great choice, I barely could taste alcohol and it’s made out… Continue reading Margarita and String Fries
Tried the amazing Adea’s Sampler in Salem, MA: hummus, babaghanoush, stuffed grape leaves and falafel with pita crunchy on the outside and soft, warm on the inside. Perfect for an off day lunch. Adea’s Mediterranean Kitchen. The weather finally became warmer, actually extremely hot. As I was checking out restaurants on Yelp, the word “mediterranean” caught… Continue reading Yummy Mediterranean
Letter from the HungaryTraveler
My name is Anna. Born and raised in Hungary. Living in Boston, USA. I’ve decided to start this blog to write about my own adventures, travels, places, people and experiences, alongside with my other pleasure in life: eating. I will write about arts and crafts and the difficulties of being an Au Pair.