You can often hear the question if Swiss cuisine exists or not? The Swiss are very proud of their local products. They also carefully develop agricultural technologies and follow global trends. The Swiss are well known because of their chocolate, cheese, wines and coffee culture.
Are you looking to enjoy a great steak, discover the taste of real guacamole, or enjoy authentic tapas or arepas in Geneva? SUISSEPIC listed the most popular places that serve various traditional Latin American cuisines within the diplomatic capital of Switzerland.
Bright personalities always inspire SUISSEPIC. Foodies and gourmands are among them. Sorin or worldnaut, a popular blogger from Vaud, decided share his favorite recipes. Hence, we begin to develop Homemade section with Sorin’s Wild Mushroom merengue Veloute.
Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland, is a great place to explore for foodies. This city is especially fun for those who prefer to eat healthy and green. Top 5 vegan reastaurants in Zürich.
Beat Wampfler from Burgdorf tries to understand, whether music can make his cheese taste better.
Today, SUISSEPIC continues to talk about the delightful world of Swiss chocolate and its stars. Let’s have a look at the French-speaking part of Switzerland, where the chocolate-making traditions have continued onwards for more than 100 years.
The Canton of Vaud is the second largest wine producing canton in Switzerland. It is a home to more than 450 wine makers (vignerons in French), and almost 4,000 hectares of vineyards that extend from Geneva to Montreux.