It is looking like tofu but it is tasting like cow. That’s basically all you need to know about sérac. Sérac is a by-product from the cheese production and mainly consumed in alpine regions of Switzerland and France. Continue reading “Quésaco sérac?”
I vividly remember this place from when I visited my uncle in Zürich as a kid. Already at a young age I had a ravenous passion for everything food related and I kept pressing my nose against the shop window staring at the gorgeous dried fruits and nuts. Continue reading “Schwarzenbach”
Barbecue season is here! German manufactured barbecue Lotus Grill has been on the market for a few years now. Designed as an ultra-portable grill, Lotus Grill is advertised as being a smokeless charcoal grill that is easy to use, time efficient and easy to clean, while still giving you the true barbecue experience. Continue reading “Review of the Lotus Grill”
Beware cuteness alert!
You are in Leysin and it’s pouring down with rain? Here’s what you can (and should!) do. The chèvrerie de Leysin is situated 25 minutes walking outside of Leysin (direction Aigle, alternatively 10 minutes by bus, stop: en Crettaz, or by car). Continue reading “Chèvrerie de Leysin”
Eating meat becomes less and less politically correct and becoming vegan is the new trend. Continue reading “Do you still eat meat?”
If you have never heard of the Valaisian specialty brisolée, do not worry. I have met Swiss people from Geneva (merely 60 km away from the canton Valais) that do not know what a brisolée is. I shall help you out! Continue reading “Briso – what?”
Finally! This is one good tip in Lausanne I am more than happy to share.
It has been a little over a year that I was last active on this platform. Continue reading “Relaunch of latabledemirabelle”