a pleasure to me to introduce you to, "The Making of
the Swiss Taste." My husband and I created a book full
of delicious Swiss Recipes for you to try out.
It all started
when I began developing a love for cooking. Soon I
was creating gourmet recipes, and my husband Aaron,
who is an amazing photographer, began taking beautiful
photographs of my dishes. It is his talent and artistic
eye that really captured the Swiss Recipes and made the
book special. As for me, I have always loved entertaining
and it gives me great pleasure to bring family and friends
together to enjoy great Swiss Recipes.
It was also important to me to introduce my American
family to some of my favorite Swiss Recipes. When most
people think of Switzerland it's chocolate and cheese
that comes to mind. Swiss chocolate is world-famous and
you can literally stuff yourself full with every type
imaginable. Cheese is obviously another great food found
in Switzerland with hundreds of kinds to choose from.
Two of the most famous cheeses are Gruyère
and Emmentaler cheese, which are quite often used in
Swiss recipes. Swiss food, unsurprisingly, is firmly
rooted in dairy products – cheese,
milk, cream, butter and/or yogurt, which find their way
into most dishes.
Switzerland also makes it's own beer, Rugenbräu
being the most notable. The Swiss also have an
excellent variety of wines, Fendant, Sylvaner, Gewuerztraminer,
Pinot Noir, just to name a few. Swiss wines are
one of the country's best- kept secrets. Each region
has its specialty dishes: Fondue and Raclette (melted
cheese dishes) from the French part ; sausages,
roasts and Rösti
(fried potatoes) in the German part; sliced air-dried
meat ( Bündnerfleisch) in the Graubünden
region and Italian specialties in Ticino.
are many more Swiss Recipes I am looking forward
to create and with the help of my husband's photography,
he'll capture the delectable, mouth-watering Swiss dishes
for you to try. Thank you for your interest in
our Swiss Recipes. May you enjoy great food, happy gatherings
and joy of cooking.