PaprikaMolnár Paprika planting 2020

Paprika Museum items: planter and sprinkler. It’s paprika planting time!

Paprika planting in Hungary is just starting. Farmers are busy with removing the paprika seedlings from the nursery and transplanting them out to the open fields. PaprikaMolnár is planting a little earlier than usual also: our seedlings are ready by now to be transplanted on 14 May! The Ice Saints Pancras, Servatius and Boniface aren’t…

Paprika Mill & Museum 12 years3

Paprika Mill & Museum since 2008

In April we’re celebrating the 12th birthday of PaprikaMolnar’s Paprika Mill & Museum. (To be precise: the paprika Mill has been running for some 25 years, it was the Museum we created 12 years ago.) For the anniversary we’ve selected a few moments of the many many great moments we’ve enjoyed spending with colleagues, friends…

Folqa Collection Hungarian folks for gift

Paprika Museum item: Paprikamiller and other folks in the Folqa Collection

The Paprika Museum item of the month series continues. Last month we portrayed the porcelain Paprika-stringing woman from Hollóháza. She is fragile, young and is performing one of the simplest activities in paprika processing. This time we’re displaying a more robust male character who’s representing paprika expertise. The Paprika Museum item we picked this time…

From Paprika to Paprikash. 20+ things to know about Hungarian paprika

Here’s a step-by-step process description of Hungarian paprika production. What about the process from paprika to paprikash? We looked at the process, broke it down into steps, asked Vera to draw the images for us and added our insights.  We collected about 100 things to know and short-listed 20+ for you. Learn and enjoy!