Switzerland may be a small nation, but that hasn't stopped it from making a name for itself on the world stage. When it comes to food, Swiss cuisine is often described as a blend of Italian, French and German influences. The dishes aren't elaborate, but they are executed well. Switzerland is known for it's cheese fondue and chocolate (try my heavenly mousse recipe), but there's plenty more than meets the eye. For an authentic Swiss meal think Rösti and G'schnetzles (Zürich style diced-veal), Spätzli (an egg noodle "dumpling" dish) or a slice of Engadine nut tart.
Can you tell I've been home over the holidays? Yes, I admit I am feeling slightly homesick.
All recipes can be found on my Expat with Kids Recipe blog.