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Ever wondered what goes in a traditional Swiss cheese fondue? What you call this last bit of cheese crust at the bottom of the pan? Here come the answers and the recipe for this Swiss winter staple which has somehow become part of global winter cuisine.
when the temperatures go down how to get up?!
boiling red wine and adding spices!!!!
here four typical drinks you can find visiting Christmas villages in Europe
they warm your hands and your soul when you have to face up with gifts list!
When I was a kid, I loved all the Christmas smells and scents coming from the kitchen! From the french toast that we would eat for breakfast to the delicious roasted chicken, not the boiled cabbages (ugh), the house smelled like cinnamon, spices, and pine. I called my mom to ask for her Drunken Pears recipe because the Holidays are coming and I want to fill my house with those smells from my childhood. Except that now I might eat the pears instead of just drinking the hot syrup, like when I was kid :D
For the Global cuisine challenge.
One of my favourite memories of drinking Mulled wine was at the Christmas markets in and around Frankfurt. Although it was bitterly cold there was a lovely smell of spicy warming, wine infused with the cinnamon and cloves. As well as other delicious foods that were being served at the markets.
For the Global cuisine challenge
My friends and I would always have picnics with each other during our last years of high school. It was always something affordable, balanced, and delicious. They are some of my favorite memories to look back on, so I decided to create a piece that we can all hold on to forever.