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Ragout
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
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
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
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
Buendner Gerstensuppe Barley Soup
Traditional barley soup with a pinch of saffron.
Located in Tasty 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
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
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