America consists of people from every part of the world, including Hungary. Most of us are mixes of various nationalities, what President Obama called "mongrels" (referring to himself). For example, my last name is of Irish origin. My mother was from Canada but her parents were from England, and she also had French ancestors (or so she said). My father was mostly English and German, but there's some Italian and Russian in there, too. That side of the family has been in the U.S. since before the Revolutionary War (1776). I'm white, but based on the family name and history, I'm sure I have a lot of black cousins.
My wife is Jewish, and her father's father and mother were Hungarian.
My son-in-law is half Austrian.
My niece and nephew are half Japanese.
All of this makes for some great food!
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