Blog Archives for category Recipes

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 »

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 »

Raclette Spoces: black pepper, white pepper and nut meg

Spice up your Raclette Dinner Party

I¬†receive a lot of emails and calls for raclette spices. In Switzerland you can buy¬†those at every grocery store. I… Continue reading »

Chocolate Fondue for Valentine’s Day

Slowly melt 8 oz. of chocolate in a double boiler, while stirring add about 1/3 cup of whipping cream and… Continue reading »