This weekend a new edition of the “National fair of organic, traditional and natural food” awaits Bucharesters with hors d’oeuvre prepared in cast-iron kettles, bread baked on a hearth, Transylvanian salami and sausages, jams prepared in monasteries, Arges County tuica and Maramures cookies. “At this fair of truly traditional products I provoke you to think with a light heart about serious things. What do you crave in autumn? Is there any dish you consider a legend of autumn? If so, tell us about it! One of our cooks will prepare it for you and you will receive a prize if none of them happens to know how to do it,” Daniela Popa, Media Link Businss manager, stated for Agerpres. The fair will also feature a book exhibition organised by the “Romanian Hospitality Association – tradition and evolution.” Ion C. Rogojanu, the president of the association, will present cook books, woodcuts featuring gastronomy subjects, menus authored by some painters and kitchen utensils.