Spare ribs from Don Pepe’s

Well, Don Pepe’s is a Hungarian fast food chain that was specialized in pizzas mostly before widening their range with other different meals. I wouldn’t say they provide the very best quality but they are worthy of an order and I really can’t remember a time when I had a really great problem with any of their things.

So, they are well above average, that’s fair to say.

And they are quite an experiencing team as you can always find something new on the menu. And I was happy to realize they offer spare ribs nowadays, so I could hardly wait for the right occasion to try them.

That came last Sunday, when I ordered an XXL pizza for my daughters’ godparents – and one box of spare ribs for myself.

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Spare ribs from Don Pepe’s

After opening it wasn’t that bad, the order was at my table something like 40 minutes after I finished the call – I don’t say it was burning hot, but warm enough.

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Spare ribs from Don Pepe’s

When I saw the food I was a little bit dissapointed, the Hungarian cut ribs contain much more meat and fat – and I was prepared for that. Anyway, it looked good, although it was obvious that it is not the saucy, dripping type. Continue reading


Buying, ordering, shopping

So this is gonna be a map for all you chili lovers about my experience with those hot stuff. I’ll record shops, where you can have hot and spicy sauces, restaurants, where you can eat a good menu, places, where you can meet other chili eaters, etc.

It is a completely new map, so it’s not that overcrowded, but places will come as goals from Robin van Persie. And down, under the map will be a list with the post about the places on the map.

Nakládaný hermelín – cheese in a jar

The title means something like layered cheese – as far as I know hermelin is a type of cheese in the Czech Republic, made in the town of Sedlčany. It is sold throughout the country under different brands but rather hard to buy elsewhere.

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Nice looking layers…

But don’t worry, the cheese is quite the same as a Camembert. It has a soft, spreadable inside and covered with mold.

But what is it for? Continue reading