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Felix taught me how to prepare this ragout, the main character is achieved by simmering the meat in red wine. Ragout is a well seasoned dish of small pieces of meat stewed for two hours with vegetables.
Located in Tasty Treats / Winter Garden
Butterzopf is the swiss name for this utterly butterly braided loaf. In Germany it is called "Hefezopf" and in English "braided white loaf" and the "Braided Challah" is a bit similar, but not the same. Butterzopf is great for a Sunday brunch – preparing it the day before.
Located in Tasty Treats / Breads
Risotto Chanterelles
Risotto can be made with mostly any vegetable or mushrooms and flavor – use 'Arborio' rice and hot water or broth to add to the rice, simmer on low flame while stirring – that's all!
Located in Tasty Treats / Mediterranean Sun
Buendner Gerstensuppe Barley Soup
Traditional barley soup with a pinch of saffron.
Located in Tasty Treats
Traditional Swiss Cheese Fondue
In Switzerland we have cheese fondue typically after a day of skiing in winter holiday – everybody rosy-cheeked after an active day in the cold.
Located in Tasty Treats / Winter Garden
Swiss Tarts - Waehe
Growing up in Switzerland my mom used to make tarts quit frequently. Typically she served a savory tart first (cheese, onions, or spinach) and then a sweet tart, in summer with plums, apricots or rhubarb from the garden and in winter with apples. We call these tarts “Wäie” (high german “Wähe”), the savory can be a similar dish to the french “Quiche”.
Located in Tasty Treats / Deserts Sweet Treats
Swiss Tart With Berries - Waie
In summertime when the berries are ripe, in Switzerland we have tarts for dinner: first a savory tart followed by a fruit or berry tart.
Located in Tasty Treats / Deserts Sweet Treats
Onion Pie Flammenkuchen
Onion pie is a home-style dinner that has a variation in names and ingredients depending on its regional origin: In France, Alsace it is called Flammechueche, in Switzerland Zwiebelwähe has many dialect names (Bölletünne, Böledünne, Zibelewäie).
Located in Tasty Treats / Winter Garden