YukonJen in Switzerland
Grew up at mile 906.8 Alaska Highway, Yukon Territory, Canada. Live in Switzerland. Like food, wine, and being outdoors. A blog about discovering family, life, and food in Switzerland.
Guided food and wine tours in Switzerland
I develop personal guided tours, events, and custom itineraries that activate your senses while discovering the cantons of Vaud and Fribourg.
Hike. Bike. Brewery tour & tasting
Burn some calories with a picturesque hike from Vevey to Chardonne. Grab an eBike and climb to the top of Mont Pèlerin for panoramic views of Lac Léman and the Fribourg preAlps. Wind dow the back side of Mount Pelerin through traditional Swiss villages and over to Boss Beer in Bossonnens for a brewery tour & tasting.
Hike, then taste
Spend the morning hiking the steep slopes of the Lavaux terraced vineyards. Then reward yourself with a delicious picnic lunch of special regional foods and an afternoon of wine tasting. Weekly, on Tuesdays & Fridays.
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Discover some of my favourite family recipes.
Easy, one-pot, midweek dinner for the whole family. Double it, and invite your neighbours. Recommended with Caprice du Temps Pinot Blanc. I invited my neighbour over for dinner on Wednesday. Both of our husbands were…
A tasty, hearty winter salad for #foodlovers I stayed with some friends in Ottawa for a bit during the summer of 1999. Glenn was doing his kayak-outfitting thing then and was also the stay-at-home parent.…
My new Christmas Eve tradition: mushroom caviar … The best part about this recipe is that it requires 1 tbsp (15 ml) of white wine. As if I need an excuse! Of course I opened…
Ingredients: In the original recipe, there are ingredients for the pastry, but I just bought the pre-made filo pastry stuff. Dough: buy it pre-made. So much easier. Filling: 2 tbsp (30 ml) olive oil 3…
Dark green leaves, sliced apples, thinly sliced red onion, grated carrot. Olive oil and apple cider vinegar dressing. Something I made up on the spot. Add something for protein, and you have a great lunch.
I use recipes as a guide. I usually look at the ingredients, determine which ones I have and go from there. The other day, after the delicious accident substituting sun-dried tomatoes for roasted red peppers,…