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Farkas Bakery & Pastries | Cleveland Ohio | Napoleons (Krémes), Ludlab, Tortes, Dobos, Linzers, and More European Hungarian Desserts

Farkas Bakery & Pastries | Cleveland Ohio | Napoleons (Krémes), Ludlab, Tortes, Dobos, Linzers, and More European Hungarian Desserts

Farkas Bakery & Pastries | Cleveland Ohio | Napoleons (Krémes), Ludlab, Tortes, Dobos, Linzers, and More European Hungarian Desserts

Pogácsa (Poh-gah-cha) are a sort of Hungarian savoury scone. Some bakeries sell giant cheesy or peppery ones the size of your fist, others sell smaller bite-sized ones by the dekagram.

Easy Sourdough Bread - No sourdough starter required!! The bread tastes like it's from a fancy bakery and you won't believe how easy it is!!

We are lucky enough to have one of the best Hungarian bakeries ever to exist right here in Cleveland and they're opening up 3 miles away from my house...dietary disaster but oh so worth it!

Raspberry And Vanilla Dobos Torte

Bakery in Cleveland's best, as seen through the eyes of the rest of America | cleveland.com

Dobos Torte The most famous Hungarian cake in the world, Dobos Torte, was first made for the Hungarian state exhibition in 1885. It was made out of 8 separately baked layers of biscuit spread over with a cooked buttercream.

One dish meant for sharing is the pot de creme chocolat at Cowell & Hubbard (1305 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 216-479-0555, cowellhubbard.com). After the first gossamer spoonful, you're likely to wrestle it away for yourself.