If you guys are searching for the ultimate destination for a family weekend, Jura & the Three Lakes region is the place for you. It's famous for its great variety of landscapes, unspoiled nature and its history and rich architectural heritage. It's a perfect place to combine city sightseeing with some peaceful (or active - … Continue reading The city & the country – a perfect family weekend in Neuchâtel and Franches-Montagnes.
Category: Swiss cooking
Flavours of Valais – what to eat and where to try it.
Valais, the Alpine canton of Switzerland, home to the famous Matterhorn and renowned skiing resorts, has a well-deserved and longstanding reputation for wonderfully distinctive food. If your idea of Swiss food is cheese, chocolate, and potatoes, you'll be pleasantly surprised in Valais, where the rich tradition, agricultural abundance and the vibrant talent of locals bring … Continue reading Flavours of Valais – what to eat and where to try it.
Zimtsterne recipe from Confiserie Schiesser
A few days ago we visited the oldest Confiserie in Basel to make our own Christmas cookies and today I am sharing their 150 years old recipe with you. Either you want to treat someone with a homemade holiday present (we surely will :)) or if you need some extra holiday magic at home - … Continue reading Zimtsterne recipe from Confiserie Schiesser
Girl in der Küche – Swiss Zopf
If you love bread, then Switzerland must be a heaven for you. This country has over 200 different traditional breads. Swiss people love bread and they are amazing bakers. The name Zopf (in the region of the Emmental it's called Züpfe) means literally braid. This rich, buttery, plaided milk loaf is probably the most famous … Continue reading Girl in der Küche – Swiss Zopf