Goulash, a Hungarian delight, is a rich stew with meat, vegetables, paprika and other seasonings. It’s not, however, prevalent on menus in Columbus.

Goulash, a Hungarian delight, is a rich stew with meat, vegetables, paprika and other seasonings. It’s not, however, prevalent on menus in Columbus.

ThisWeek staffers answer the question: Is goulash underrated?

Sarah Sole: No.

Scott Hummel: I think it probably is. It's good stuff. It's just too expensive to buy prepared goulash at the deli.

Dennis Laycock: Yes. Just thinking about it is making me Hungary.

Nate Ellis: Maybe. Hard to say. Haven't heard anyone discuss it.

Abby Armbruster: In my opinion, I would be surprised if it became a trend again. Goulash has had its moment.

Neil Thompson: No, it's perfectly fine where it is.

Lee Cochran: Another dish I used to eat a lot when growing up. Once I was on my own, I said I'd never eat it again. I've softened over time and enjoy it occasionally -- every couple of years -- so it may be a little underrated.

Andrew King: Goulash has a real branding issue. It's called goulash.

Lisa Proctor: I never hear anyone say they're making it, yet it seems like such a filling meal. And it calls for paprika.