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Emmental Cheese Soufflé
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They are Red, they are Hot, They are Chili Peppers! Except they aren’t all red, they aren’t all so hot, and they come with a great variety of shape, and taste. Discover our 11 Chili Recipes from All over the world.

Some are consumed raw, some are smoked, some are dried, some have to be … Read the rest

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With the Appenzeller Cheesesteak Sandwich, we offer a delicious variation of the Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich. This American classic is usually composed of beef, bell pepper, onions and American cheese. Replacing it with wonderful Appenzeller Cheese is bringing this Sandwich to heaven! And with 4 maturations of Appenzeller it is even higher: 3 months, 5 months, … Read the rest

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We all know Cheese Crisps: it’s practical, beautiful, light, crispy, an enhancer to any dish and the easiest thing to do ever! Gruyere Cheese Crisps is the upgraded version of Cheese Crisps: the salt grains from Gruyere remain in the crisp as a delicious surprise, and its nutty flavor is unbeatable! Here is how to … Read the rest

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Baked Mont d’Or is one of the easiest recipe ever: all you have to do is put this wooden box in the oven. Traditional in both French and Swiss Jura, the cheese wears the name of “Golden Mountain”. People usually add in it some garlic and white wine, and serve it with warm potatoes. Delicious!… Read the rest

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You might not believe it but “Swiss” is actually not one kind of cheese – Switzerland has more than 450 types of cheeses! We chose to feature 10 of them in easy and delicious Swiss Cheese recipes to cook for others – or yourself! All of our Swiss Cheese recipes are available on the blog!

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How to cook Bitter melon is a question that a lot of us asks themselves… How to reduce its bitterness and make it eatable? Here are our tips!

How to cook bitter melon with pork stuffing

The Bitter Melon or Bitter Gourd, also known as Bitter Cucumber belongs to the family of Cucurbitaceae. This Indian fruit, almost unknown among western countries, but commonly … Read the rest

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After having tried Midye in the streets of Istanbul, enjoyed Pastéis de Nata in the Portuguese Cafés, or discovered the real Tagliatelle alla Bolognese in the osteria of Bologna, we have a new dream destination…
Since we started our food journey, people keep telling us just how amazing the Peruvian cuisine is.
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We found this recipe on the German blog Fräuleinchenwhere Su and Rebecca do an amazing work to provide new, fresh and exciting recipes with beautiful pictures everyday. But their blog is unfortunately in German, so for you to be able to try it at home we will give you the recipe here. Otherwise … Read the rest

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This is a very tasty veggie burger patty, not only during the festive season. Coated in nuts and fried in clarified butter it is all crunchy outside and creamy-soft inside. In combination with the fruity chutney and the orange filet it looks stunning and taste even better. The eggnog sauce might sound a bit special, Read the rest

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