FoodCrafters’ Gift Guide 2016 – Special Switzerland

Here we are, nearly at the end of 2016 and how else to finish this year and start the new one than by treating yourself and loved ones with some foodies’ goodies! To help you find the ideal gift, we’ve complied a guide for you with some products we totally love. And since we are back home in Switzerland, we […]

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Food Truck Festival – Lausanne, Switzerland

Hello lovely people! We didn’t post content in a looooong looong time simply because over the last few months we were on the move. But here we are now, in Lausanne, a very nice city in Switzerland on the Geneva lake (or Lac Léman like it’s actually called). Although having experienced London’s effervescent street food scene, which is in a […]

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Know your cheese: Le Gruyère AOC

This is the first article in our “know your cheese” series, and what else to start with than our favourite dairy queen: Le Gruyère AOP? We have written this article after discovering the wonderful Gruyère d’Alpage website, who kindly let us use their pictures in this article and share the story of this fabulous product. […]

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Founders Q&A – Leibacher Biber-Manufaktur

When it comes to Swiss specialties, everyone thinks about cheese or chocolate. Sadly, most are missing out on a sublime slice of our culture: the biber! Also called biberli, it is a unique Swiss delicacy originally from the tiny canton of Appenzell. Unlike it’s homonymous Canadian counterpart, the Swiss Biber is filled with goodness. A […]

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Food mags, Sérendipité & Interview with Céline Debray

In the last few years, a new generation of food-related magazines have spread like mushrooms after the rain, paying serious attention to their layout, design, typography, and the quality of photography. These volumes are beautiful objects to keep and collect, not something you read and trash. Back in Switzerland, the only way we could get […]

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Book: Das kulinarische Erbe der Alpen

The English title of this book would be: “The culinary heritage of the Alps”. “Would” only, because the book hasn’t been translated in English yet… This heavy volume tells the story of food in the Alps with gorgeous photos by the Swiss photographer Sylvan Müller to accompany the prose of Dominik Flammer. An absolute delight […]

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Made in Switzerland – FoodCrafters around Zurich

As Zurich is our current homebase, we wanted to give it a hommage by sharing a few local products and brands we really love! Unique products with an original Swiss twist, made in small batches and true to their traditions, here are our local favorites! Coffee: Black & Blaze Not easy to find barrista-quality coffee […]

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