Dear Food Diary, I do not regret the 3 consecutive days of cheese for dinner last week. 🧀 This holiday plate has Winter Solstice collection featuring truffled Brie, Gouda and Carmody. I added sweet things like pomegranate seeds, persimm
Snacking is a very common occurrence for the Swiss with many delicious options. The late afternoon is the most common time. Fondue, charcuterie and other small platter snacks are most frequent. The Swiss are very well known for their cheeses especially.
Instead of the traditional veggie tray! One of my favorite ideas for a baby or wedding shower. This appetizer was easy to eat and participate in party activities at the same time. They were a hit at the last shower I attended.
This recipe is by Shannon B and has been posted here for the tour of Switzerland. Shannon says that this is a traditional Swiss dish served on the slopes of the Alps and that she likes to top it with chunky apple sauce and crunchy onions.
Am Wochenende ist es bereits soweit – wir stehen für euch an der Food Zurich Party mit den BESTEN Grilled Cheese Sandwiches die ihr jeh gegessen habt! Kommt vorbei, lernt uns kennen und probiert unsere Sandwiches.
Spritz Cookies are some of the easiest cookies to make, and these Snowflake Spritz have the addition of sparkle with Wilton Blue Icing Color, Bright White Candy Melts Candy and Sparkling Sugar. Serve them anytime during the holidays and winter months when the snow is falling!
German black bread was a staple during WWI and WWII. Its extensive nutritive value and long shelf life, as well as its inexpensive cost, made it the perfect food for the army to provide its fighters. Also known as pumpernickel, the bread is still enjoyed