We try to make tradional Hungarian dishes for them on FHE. This one is actually pretty tasty. It's called Rakott Krumpli. You start with a layer of sliced boiled potatoes, they sliced boiled eggs, then kielbasa sausage, zucchini, then cheese - then you start all over again ending with the cheese. We topped it with bread crumbs which made a nice crunch on top. Then you bake it at 350 for about 30 minutes. Timi helped us with it. It was good to have a real Hungarian in the kitchen. It's kind of alot of work because of all the slicing and boiling eggs and potatoes ahead of time. But the kids loved it. It was fun making something they were so excited about. Even the missionaries were excited to eat it. I understand you have to be careful what kind of sausage you use otherwise it's floating in grease after you bake it. We were lucky because the kind we bought wasn't too bad and ours wasn't too greasy. I thought it was yummy.