Fans of my book KAFFEEHAUS (or more specificially, Austro-Hungarian cooking), often ask me when a new edition is going to appear. All i can say is...I'm working on it! Until that day arrives, here is a torte in the Hungarian tradition worth bringing out a $500 bottle of aged Tokaji for. That's what my friend Arto Szabos did last week. He found a rare bottle of the Hungarian sweet wine tucked away in his house, and decided to open it. Arto, whose late wife Ella was one my mentors when I was writing the book, asked me to provide a recipe that would go well with the wine. His friend, Dee Lewis, made this Hungarian Apricot-Hazelnut Torte, which I created for an article on wine pairings in Bon Appétit a few years ago. And, as the picture proves, it turned out pretty well! Make it for a special occasion...or a a special wine.