|Aug-28-07|| ||Eastfrisian: Is she still alive? Never heard about her before.|
|Aug-28-07|| ||brankat: There is a lot of Langos's games missing, from before and after 1950 World Championship games.|
|Aug-28-07|| ||whiteshark: crosstable of 1950 Woman World Championship Tournament:
|Aug-28-07|| ||whiteshark: She was also participating at the 1952 candidates Tournament in Moskow:
|Aug-28-07|| ||Capablanca44: A pair of Bishops on an open board can be devastating. This game illustrates that nicely.|
|Aug-28-07|| ||laskereshevsky: you know whats mean LANGOS in Hungarian,
(the above player nationality)?
Here the preparation:
|Aug-28-07|| ||laskereshevsky: not only LANGOS...
|Aug-28-07|| ||WannaBe: <laskereshevsky> My ex-girlfriend, her family, many generations ago, came over from Czech, and she used to make those langos, but the way she made them, were usually coated with lots, and lots of sugar.|
|Aug-28-07|| ||laskereshevsky: <Wanna>
the Hugarian "version" is a salted one...usually covered by a dense hot-chess sauce
a kind of hot spicy bread...
|Aug-28-07|| ||laskereshevsky: More explicative....
|Aug-28-10|| ||whiteshark: Player of the Day
... somehow I get hung(a)ry.
|Aug-28-10|| ||Annie K.: Well, just to be precise, 'lángos' <is> the name of a kind of fried dough - btw, in Slovakia they serve it with mayo and ketchup, as I recall ;) - but literally the word actually means something like "flaming" (or rather, "flamey" - flaming would be 'lángoló') - from 'láng' (flame).|
|Aug-28-10|| ||810609: <Annie K.> you recall it correctly, we like our "lango¹e" (in Slovak it´s called "lango¹", plural "lango¹e") with mayo or ketchup, but don´t forget garlic and grated cheese.|
Typical "meal of summer", as it is usually prepared at every open air swimming pool.
|Aug-28-12|| ||BIDMONFA: Jozsa Langos|