Capuns in America – a Swiss Dish from Grison

I remember my Nana’s kitchen in Rodels, Graubuenden when she made capuns. Small, neat little packages of chard leaves filled… Continue reading »

Raclette Grill and sides

How to Raclette

I noticed that I talk a lot about raclette but never posted about how to raclette the most common way!… Continue reading »

Raclette: All Fire and Flames

Those who follow my blog posts know by now that Raclette is my all time favorite dinner experience. I love… Continue reading »

Crepes with Nutella

A ‘Crepe’ way to start the Day

A guest post from Sally Hoffmann Every good day begins with a good breakfast. Every bad morning can be fixed… Continue reading »

Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

I see red…

…soo many tomatoes. Some are purple, some are red, some are huge, and some are small. They all taste heavenly… Continue reading »

Zucchini Boats

Fresh from the Garden: Zucchini Boats

Now is the time to use Mother Nature’s gift from your (or your friends) garden! I don’t have a green… Continue reading »

Lemon Basil leaves

What do you do with all that Basil?

Summer time is here and with it an abundance of fresh produce in the gardens. I don’t have a green… Continue reading »

Meditteraenean Vegetable with Feta

Light summer recipes for the pressure cooker

Pressure cookers are a great tool in your kitchen. They reduce your energy bill, the cook time, and the heat… Continue reading »

Quiche with leek and carrots

3 Reasons Why I Love Quiche

1. It can be made in advance 2. It is an easy and cheap meal that allows to sneak in… Continue reading »

Induction cookware

How an Induction Stove Top would have prevented Blisters

As usual I’m running late, trying to get dinner ready in time so my middle child can get to soccer… Continue reading »