Denver, Colorado, US
Did you know that traditional Swiss fondue is solely cheese fondue? No meat, no oil, no chocolate, no fruit (unless you eat it alongside). Only bread and cheese! What better combo? Enjoy a few other tips and facts about how to "Swiss fondue like the Swiss do."
East Lansing, Michigan, US
Fave Memory: Twelve years ago, I took a trip to Switzerland for 10 days. I still remember the absolutely amazing food I got to experience. What's going on with those Swiss dairy cows? All the dairy I tasted was out of this world. I couldn't eat American-made cheese for months after I got back. My very favorite thing was the yogurt. I tried many flavors, and having lemon yogurt with muesli was like eating a creamy lemon pie for breakfast. And the chocolate! The cheese tarts! 10/10 highly recommend a visit.
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This recipe was written by the fairies in Fairyland for the children that visit! If you want to find out more about Fairyland then take a look at 'Caitlin's Wish' by Victoria Taylor, illustrated by myself (2nd edition out April 2012) www.caitlinswish.co.uk
Akvavit is a traditional flavored spirit similar to vodka, mainly produced in Scandinavia, where it's been made since the 15th century. Akvavit gets very its distinctive flavor from spices and herbs, with the main spice being caraway. One would normally serve it very cold in a small shot glass, but for those who find the flavor a bit... "intense", this lovely little cocktail makes for a sweet, mellower substitute. Skål!