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Recipe combinations from Canada and Switzerland can prove to be a spicy - sweet combination - from trendy home-grown products to old world tradional Swiss and European favourites. More Info

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The Best Tastes of 2 Worlds

The Best Tastes of 2 Worlds

Soften up that brown sugar!

June 25, 2012 by Canuk

There is nothing worse than clumpy, hard brown sugar.   If you are Switzerland you probably have already found out that the “North American” brown sugar, as I call it… Read more…

Categories: Uncategorised

Good old vegetable soup

April 1, 2012 by Barb

                              Now to say there are recipes “in your head” sometimes proves true, and it’s funny… Read more…

Categories: Soups

THE best and EASIEST cinnamon buns ever!

September 18, 2011 by Canuk

Ok, who in this world doesn’t melt at the smell of a Cinnabon Store? Well, let me tell you that I found a recipe that I PROMISE is easy and… Read more…

Categories: Breads, Sweet Stuff

Apple Loaf

September 8, 2011 by Canuk

I must say, I have this “thing” about cinnamon. 1. There can never be too much of it in a recipe and 2. I have never tasted anything with cinnamon… Read more…

Categories: Breads

Yummy homemade Granola

September 3, 2011 by Barb

This is a recipe that I “made up” with ingredients that I like. Now if you want more nuts, or if coconut doesn’t tickle your fancy then just adjust. To… Read more…

Categories: snacks


July 5, 2011 by Barb

Meringues The basic recipe for meringue in Switzerland is a very easy one.   I have found that weighing  eggwhite is the most accurate way to have a recipe come… Read more…

Categories: Uncategorised

The Swiss and their Waehe

June 3, 2011 by Barb

There is a pie in Switzerland that is about as Swiss as an alphorn is, that is called Waehe. (pronounced like the word “why” with a “V” and then “uh”… Read more…

Categories: Sweet Stuff

Beating Egg Whites

May 29, 2011 by Barb

This may be a pretty basic easy thought, but I have learned by trial and error that egg whites don’t always turn out the way I hope and planned –… Read more…

Prussiens – No work, but takes time

May 22, 2011 by Barb

I am not what you would call a “patient” cook. I love to cook and bake with a passion, but things have to move along- I like to cut and… Read more…

Categories: Cookies

Haselnut Meringue Chocolate Mousse Berry Torte

April 25, 2011 by Barb

This I must say is a very yummy cake, perhaps takes a bit of time, but can be prepared in 3 stages and in advance. The compliments you receive will… Read more…

Categories: Sweet Stuff