Kay’s Fudge

This post made me laugh but also think about what I’d would want to put on my tombstone one day. Kay’s fudge must have been something else.

Eggs Baked in Avocado

Eggs Baked in Avocado

I am fascinated by the idea of baking an egg in an avocado. Must try this!

(via buzzfeed)

Swiss Christmas Fondue

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Here’s to a jolly holiday season! Join us in having a real cheese fondue for the holidays! If you want my dad’s family fondue recipe, head over to Print magazine.

Stuffed Zucchini Flowers

My friend Jenna is one lucky woman, she is married to a chef. (Don’t worry G, I am not complaining, I am a lucky woman as well!) So, Jenna’s husband can cook. Seriously cook. They share their culinary adventures on their blog called Sweet Fine Day. Check out this Stuffed Zucchini Flower post. Mouthwatering, no? This is one of these dishes that reminds me of my vacations in South of France as a kid. And it also reminds me that there are certain dishes that I’d never dare to try myself. Why? I don’t know. But the thought of cooking Stuffed Zucchini Flowers is intimidating, at least to me. Hat tip to Mark! And to Jenna for the beautiful photographs!


For the month of july I will be broadcasting from Switzerland which means I’ll be indulging in way too much Zopf. (pictured above) Zopf is a traditional swiss sunday bread, usually found twisted or plaited.

Zopf Recipy German / English (ther german link has instructions on how to get the Zopf into its typical shape)


What better is there on a hot summer day than a Ice Coffee? Well, there’s Ice Coffee and there’s Ice Coffee. Last year I discovered the Porsche of Ice Coffee’s when I ordered one at Love Lane Kitchen on the Northfork and it was served with Icecubes that were made out of coffee. Duh! Such a simple idea! As the ice melts, the coffee doesn’t get watered down. Ever since, I cringe at getting an ice coffee with regular icecubes. I’ll have to pick up some of these Cool Bean Ice Trays.


Rösti Recipe

Rösti (German pronunciation: [ˈʁøːʃti]; often spelled Röschti in Swiss German) is a Swiss dish consisting mainly of potatoes. It was originally a common breakfast eaten by farmers in the canton of Bern, but today is eaten all over Switzerland and also in many restaurants in the Western World. Many Swiss people consider rösti a national dish. (more over on Wikipedia)

(This is one of my recent posts over on HowdyHeidi, one of my latest blog projects together with Switzerland Tourism!)

breakfast pizza

This Breakfast Pizza is making me hungry.

(I have no clue where I found this first, so pardon me not giving proper via-credit)