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    ZWT7 ~ Switzerland Challenge - I'm Very Fondue of You!

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    Mommy Diva
    Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:27 am
    Forum Host
    200 players are traveling the world for 7 weeks on a whirlwind Zaar World Tour 7. Come check out our recipes, see the places we've been and what we have learned. ZWT7-Virtually Travelling the World!~Main Thread



    This Challenge showcases the German/Benelux Forum.
    xxxxxx

    Switzerland Challenge for ZWT7
    Start Date:June 14th
    End Date: June 30th deadline 11:59pm Zaar Time
    Playable by: Team Challenge
    Type: Non Cooking Challenge
    Points: 15 points

    xxxxxx
    I'm Very Fondue of You!


    Fondue is probably the most famous swiss menu contribution and has center stage at many gatherings.
    Drag out your fondue pots; you're throwing a party!
    You'll play host to the members of the team listed below your team on the roster. Select a location of your choice in Switzerland and plan the menu. Include at least two fondue recipes from the ZWT 7 All Player Cookbook ~ Switzerland.
    Of course we'll want to hear all about your party and those guests! The good, the bad, and shhh.gif the things you promised not to tell should be in your party report. Please include all party guests by name.


    xxxxxx
    Please remember to:
    ~ Post your location in Switzerland.
    ~ Post your party menu & include at least two fondue recipes.
    ~Include a snippet about each of your guests.
    ~ Post your completion in this thread. (Include your team name)


    Last edited by Mommy Diva on Sat May 14, 2011 12:57 pm, edited 1 time in total
    Mommy Diva
    Sat May 14, 2011 12:57 pm
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    Last edited by Mommy Diva on Fri Jul 01, 2011 1:02 am, edited 7 times in total
    DreamoBway
    Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:42 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Hi there!

    I'll be participating for the Hot Pink Ladies. I just wanted to make sure I've got everything squared away before I get too far into the challenge. So because I'm on the Hot Pink Ladies, I'll be writing about the Vivacious Violets because they're directly below my team on the main page of the ZWT thread, correct?

    Thanks!
    Debbie R.
    Tue Jun 14, 2011 3:26 pm
    Food.com Groupie

    I was recently contacted by a group of Recipezaar friends who wanted to get together in my Lucerne home. How much of it was due to my company or the fact that Lucerne is the most beautiful city in Switzerland, I do not know.



    Realbirdlady arrived with her cockatoo her shoulder. It was a well-behaved bird, and we didn't mind it's company. "He will sing for you after dinner!" she said. I was quite delighted at the prospect. I was serving the following to them

    Swiss Fondue
    French bread and crudites
    Churer Fleischtorte (Swiss Meat Pie)
    Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue

    Brenda asked how eveyone like Switzerland. Both FloridaNative and Azparzych said they would take their warm weather, thank you. Babzy said that the mountains were as beautiful as her own in British Columbia, perhaps more so. JackieOhNo! mentioned that she would have much preferred a Guinness and a pizza. "We know, we know--your heritage!", we laughed warmly.

    However, I then became amazed at the conversation. Azparzych--she has never revealed her true name--said, "Ladies, it is with great pleasure to inform you that The Hope Diamond is now in the vault. It is time to make it ours."



    PanNan, being extremely organized, laid out the plans. "The main obstacle will be the cameras monitored in the security office." Iewe volunteered to hack their system and send an email to them, telling that a headquarters security official would be there in three days to audit their system. "It won't be a problem at all," she said.

    "I've had theatrical training!", DreamoBway said. "I'll be the security official!" "That's all great," said KristinV, but what about the guard at the entrance to the vault? Babzy, can you distract them in the way that you do best?" "I most certainly can," she said with a laugh. "And if that doesn't work, I shall devise a small distraction of my own," IceCoolKitty said. "Oh no!, said JackieOhNo!", "who will drive the getaway car?" "That would be myself", said PanNan.

    KristinV came into the kitchen while I was cleaning up and said that she hoped no one ever found out about this. I swore that I would never reveal the plans or her own role in them.

    And that is the tale of RecipeZaar's 11 aka Hot Pink Ladies.
    DreamoBway
    Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:28 pm
    Food.com Groupie


    I entered a contest online and won a fabulous trip for me and 10 guests of my choosing to stay in a castle in Frauenfeld, Switzerland. Up in the northeast corner of country near the German border, I knew that a trip to Frauenfeld would be a great getaway for the ladies of the Vivacious Violets. They lead hectic lives with husbands, kids, grandkids, and four-legged friends; they were desperate for some respite!

    Accommodations were made at the Frauenfeld castle, which was built in the early 13th century but is now a museum. The east coasters (representatives from Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Virginia) arrived first. Lainey6605 and Chef Jean helped me prepare Sensational Swiss Bread as a dipper for all the delicious fondue we would be enjoying later while HokiesLady planned some games for everyone to play throughout the evening.

    As the bread finished baking, the rest of the guests arrived, with Paula G and Michelle Berteig rushing in a little late because, as animal lovers, they just had to go to the Plattli Zoo. Everyone picked at their Baby Spinach Salad With Swiss Cheese Crisps because, though it was delicious, they really wanted to save room for fondue.


    Wanting to pay tribute to our proximity to Germany, I prepared Swiss Beer Fondue. But magpie diner and smellyvegetarian made a stink because they (as vegans) wanted to enjoy the meal and not be excluded. Luckily, the kitchen was fully stocked, and Shawna Landers helped me whip up Vegetable Fondue - Vegan as a second entrée.

    We laughed and played games while we enjoyed Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue for dessert. I served everyone Warm Spiced Rum and Apple Punch before we headed out to the Frauenfeld Music Festival. Maybe because we were all giddy from the sugar high (or one too many rum punches), but Dreamer in Ontario and Sara 76 practically fell into the river Murg on the way to the evening’s festivities! We continued on our way and danced the night away at the festival, feeling as vivacious as ever!

    ETA - to add team banner
    Rita~
    Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:19 pm
    Forum Host
    Swiss delight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    We are hosting a fondue party in Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps which produces a unique milk chocolate including nougat, almonds and honey with a distinctive triangular shape. Just like the Mischief Makers gooey, sweet and nutty.
    The product's name is a portmanteau combining Tobler's name with the Italian word torrone (a type of nougat). The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn mountain symbolizing the town of its origin.
    With that being said Nyteglori
    Ssid she had the perfect recipe and suggested Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue Mini Pastries Au Fondue. Which is perfect for when we all meet up for dessert.
    Swiss restaurateur Susie D
    offered her Chalet to have our Fondue party.
    NorthwestGal ~ to bring a fondue pot
    Rita~ ~ Toblerone chocolate
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm ~ Angelfood cake
    Abi Fae ~ pound cake
    djmastermum~apples
    Just_Ducky!! ~ maraschino cherries n her rockstar grandson
    KimmieCat ~ marshmallows.
    Nyteglori ~ covered the rest for the ingredients for Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue We did a great job liking our fingers clean.
    The next day we did much touring of Switzerland seeing Old Town (vieille ville) and St. Gervais
    Paquis
    Plainpalais
    Hopital
    Eaux-Vives
    Not to say we didn`t buy anything?
    Switzerland is famed as a land of banks and financial institutions, so getting local cash from ATMs at banks, train station and within shopping malls is no problem. So lets shop!
    Chocolate was bought at the grocery stores for a fraction of the price compared to there specialty stores. Wine and spirits cost much less than in Anglophone countries, and the local stuff is particularly cheap, and not just drinkable but quite good. Some say that the only reason Swiss wines are not well known internationally is that the Swiss drink all of it. We did use some for the fondue
    If you are interested in taking or sending home some outwardly Swiss souvenirs you can certainly find them in Geneva, mainly along the main streets leading down to the lake from Gare Cornavin. There are also a couple of good spots on the other side of the lake near the end of the Mont Blanc bridge. You should be able to easily find at reasonable prices:
    Cuckoo clocks (in fact originally from southern Germany and formerly produced in Hong Kong *(now in mainland China)... but who cares!)
    Swiss Army Knifes, with Wenger and Victorinox being the two most well-known brands (Best price at Migros/Coop)
    Almost any sort of object with a cow or a Swiss flag printed on it
    Want more? La Rue du Marché, a 5 minute walk southwards from the train station, has just about everything. From the traditional to the modern, from souvenirs to household appliances to libraries to prescription glasses. This is one of Geneva's busiest streets, and is kept clean and appealing. Prices are fair for the most part, but checking several stores before buying, or asking a friendly-looking passer-by for shopping tips can't hurt.
    Shopping worked up hunger pangs CHEESE. Then petlover suggested
    Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue said Ok now that we enjoyed dessert what about having Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue and then sofie-a-toast
    said I know the perfect place.
    An authentic chalet in the heart of the city where Swiss cuisine is served to the sound of the live yodelling. For an unforgettable evening.
    Where we`ll enjoy Cheese/ meat fondues, raclette, émincés, chocolate fondue
    In a beautiful Alpine setting
    Daily evening entertainment with live yodeling where when we enjoy enough of we will be yodeling our best.
    At Restaurant Edelweiss
    Place de la Navigation 2
    1201 Geneva, Switzerland
    022 544 51 51
    City centre, just steps away from the lake Geneva


    under12parsecs

    Takes a photo Wendelina

    said it best lets do it again tomorrow at the Grand Théâtre de Genève it`s an opera house in Geneva, Switzerland. As with many other opera houses, the Grand Théâtre de Genève is both a venue and an institution. The venue is a majestic building, towering over Place Neuve, officially opened in 1876, partly destroyed by fire in 1951 and reopened in 1962, after extensive refurbishments, which houses the largest stage in Switzerland
    And you all thought the mischief chefs could yodel? But You all knew we loved it sweet creamy gooey and Ohhh so good!


    Last edited by Rita~ on Wed Jun 15, 2011 4:36 pm, edited 2 times in total
    Mommy Diva
    Wed Jun 15, 2011 2:56 am
    Forum Host
    Nicely done folks. icon_smile.gif I will continue to review and update tomorrow evening, I simply wanted to get things started so they were acknowledged.

    Keep those team submissions coming. icon_smile.gif

    breezermom
    Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:26 pm
    Food.com Groupie


    For the Silverados:

    I'll do I'm Very Fondue of You" for my team. Be back later with the report and recipes.
    Rita~
    Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:47 pm
    Forum Host
    Rita~ wrote:
    Swiss delight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    We are hosting a fondue party in Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps which produces a unique milk chocolate including nougat, almonds and honey with a distinctive triangular shape. Just like the Mischief Makers gooey, sweet and nutty.
    The product's name is a portmanteau combining Tobler's name with the Italian word torrone (a type of nougat). The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn mountain symbolizing the town of its origin.
    With that being said Nyteglori
    Ssid she had the perfect recipe and suggested Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue Mini Pastries Au Fondue. Which is perfect for when we all meet up for dessert.
    Swiss restaurateur Susie D
    offered her Chalet to have our Fondue party.
    NorthwestGal ~ to bring a fondue pot
    Rita~ ~ Toblerone chocolate
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm ~ Angelfood cake
    Abi Fae ~ pound cake
    djmastermum~apples
    Just_Ducky!! ~ maraschino cherries n her rockstar grandson
    KimmieCat ~ marshmallows.
    Nyteglori ~ covered the rest for the ingredients for Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue We did a great job liking our fingers clean.
    The next day we did much touring of Switzerland seeing Old Town (vieille ville) and St. Gervais
    Paquis
    Plainpalais
    Hopital
    Eaux-Vives
    Not to say we didn`t buy anything?
    Switzerland is famed as a land of banks and financial institutions, so getting local cash from ATMs at banks, train station and within shopping malls is no problem. So lets shop!
    Chocolate was bought at the grocery stores for a fraction of the price compared to there specialty stores. Wine and spirits cost much less than in Anglophone countries, and the local stuff is particularly cheap, and not just drinkable but quite good. Some say that the only reason Swiss wines are not well known internationally is that the Swiss drink all of it. We did use some for the fondue
    If you are interested in taking or sending home some outwardly Swiss souvenirs you can certainly find them in Geneva, mainly along the main streets leading down to the lake from Gare Cornavin. There are also a couple of good spots on the other side of the lake near the end of the Mont Blanc bridge. You should be able to easily find at reasonable prices:
    Cuckoo clocks (in fact originally from southern Germany and formerly produced in Hong Kong *(now in mainland China)... but who cares!)
    Swiss Army Knifes, with Wenger and Victorinox being the two most well-known brands (Best price at Migros/Coop)
    Almost any sort of object with a cow or a Swiss flag printed on it
    Want more? La Rue du Marché, a 5 minute walk southwards from the train station, has just about everything. From the traditional to the modern, from souvenirs to household appliances to libraries to prescription glasses. This is one of Geneva's busiest streets, and is kept clean and appealing. Prices are fair for the most part, but checking several stores before buying, or asking a friendly-looking passer-by for shopping tips can't hurt.
    Shopping worked up hunger pangs CHEESE. Then petlover suggested
    Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue said Ok now that we enjoyed dessert what about having Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue and then sofie-a-toast
    said I know the perfect place.
    An authentic chalet in the heart of the city where Swiss cuisine is served to the sound of the live yodelling. For an unforgettable evening.
    Where we`ll enjoy Cheese/ meat fondues, raclette, émincés, chocolate fondue
    In a beautiful Alpine setting
    Daily evening entertainment with live yodeling where when we enjoy enough of we will be yodeling our best.
    At Restaurant Edelweiss
    Place de la Navigation 2
    1201 Geneva, Switzerland
    022 544 51 51
    City centre, just steps away from the lake Geneva


    under12parsecs

    Takes a photo Wendelina

    said it best lets do it again tomorrow at the Grand Théâtre de Genève it`s an opera house in Geneva, Switzerland. As with many other opera houses, the Grand Théâtre de Genève is both a venue and an institution. The venue is a majestic building, towering over Place Neuve, officially opened in 1876, partly destroyed by fire in 1951 and reopened in 1962, after extensive refurbishments, which houses the largest stage in Switzerland
    And you all thought the mischief chefs could yodel? But You all knew we loved it sweet creamy gooey and Ohhh so good!
    Should I have used Emerald City Shakers
    team players in my fondue story? Please let me know if I need to change it.
    Mommy Diva
    Thu Jun 16, 2011 12:51 am
    Forum Host
    Rita~ wrote:
    Rita~ wrote:
    Swiss delight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    We are hosting a fondue party in Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps which produces a unique milk chocolate including nougat, almonds and honey with a distinctive triangular shape. Just like the Mischief Makers gooey, sweet and nutty.
    The product's name is a portmanteau combining Tobler's name with the Italian word torrone (a type of nougat). The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn mountain symbolizing the town of its origin.
    With that being said Nyteglori
    Ssid she had the perfect recipe and suggested Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue Mini Pastries Au Fondue. Which is perfect for when we all meet up for dessert.
    Swiss restaurateur Susie D
    offered her Chalet to have our Fondue party.
    NorthwestGal ~ to bring a fondue pot
    Rita~ ~ Toblerone chocolate
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm ~ Angelfood cake
    Abi Fae ~ pound cake
    djmastermum~apples
    Just_Ducky!! ~ maraschino cherries n her rockstar grandson
    KimmieCat ~ marshmallows.
    Nyteglori ~ covered the rest for the ingredients for Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue We did a great job liking our fingers clean.
    The next day we did much touring of Switzerland seeing Old Town (vieille ville) and St. Gervais
    Paquis
    Plainpalais
    Hopital
    Eaux-Vives
    Not to say we didn`t buy anything?
    Switzerland is famed as a land of banks and financial institutions, so getting local cash from ATMs at banks, train station and within shopping malls is no problem. So lets shop!
    Chocolate was bought at the grocery stores for a fraction of the price compared to there specialty stores. Wine and spirits cost much less than in Anglophone countries, and the local stuff is particularly cheap, and not just drinkable but quite good. Some say that the only reason Swiss wines are not well known internationally is that the Swiss drink all of it. We did use some for the fondue
    If you are interested in taking or sending home some outwardly Swiss souvenirs you can certainly find them in Geneva, mainly along the main streets leading down to the lake from Gare Cornavin. There are also a couple of good spots on the other side of the lake near the end of the Mont Blanc bridge. You should be able to easily find at reasonable prices:
    Cuckoo clocks (in fact originally from southern Germany and formerly produced in Hong Kong *(now in mainland China)... but who cares!)
    Swiss Army Knifes, with Wenger and Victorinox being the two most well-known brands (Best price at Migros/Coop)
    Almost any sort of object with a cow or a Swiss flag printed on it
    Want more? La Rue du Marché, a 5 minute walk southwards from the train station, has just about everything. From the traditional to the modern, from souvenirs to household appliances to libraries to prescription glasses. This is one of Geneva's busiest streets, and is kept clean and appealing. Prices are fair for the most part, but checking several stores before buying, or asking a friendly-looking passer-by for shopping tips can't hurt.
    Shopping worked up hunger pangs CHEESE. Then petlover suggested
    Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue said Ok now that we enjoyed dessert what about having Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue and then sofie-a-toast
    said I know the perfect place.
    An authentic chalet in the heart of the city where Swiss cuisine is served to the sound of the live yodelling. For an unforgettable evening.
    Where we`ll enjoy Cheese/ meat fondues, raclette, émincés, chocolate fondue
    In a beautiful Alpine setting
    Daily evening entertainment with live yodeling where when we enjoy enough of we will be yodeling our best.
    At Restaurant Edelweiss
    Place de la Navigation 2
    1201 Geneva, Switzerland
    022 544 51 51
    City centre, just steps away from the lake Geneva


    under12parsecs

    Takes a photo Wendelina

    said it best lets do it again tomorrow at the Grand Théâtre de Genève it`s an opera house in Geneva, Switzerland. As with many other opera houses, the Grand Théâtre de Genève is both a venue and an institution. The venue is a majestic building, towering over Place Neuve, officially opened in 1876, partly destroyed by fire in 1951 and reopened in 1962, after extensive refurbishments, which houses the largest stage in Switzerland
    And you all thought the mischief chefs could yodel? But You all knew we loved it sweet creamy gooey and Ohhh so good!
    Should I have used Emerald City Shakers
    team players in my fondue story? Please let me know if I need to change it.


    Hi Rita. I'll double check the content once I update tonight. It should be the team listed below yours on the main thread.
    Mommy Diva
    Thu Jun 16, 2011 12:55 am
    Forum Host
    Yep Rita, Emerald CIty Shakers are listed right below your team, so that is who your team is hosting and need to be named (ALL of them) in your challenge. icon_cool.gif


    UPDATED TO HERE:
    Rita~
    Thu Jun 16, 2011 5:33 am
    Forum Host
    Swiss delight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    We the Mischief Makers are hosting a fondue party for the Emerald City Shakers in Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps which produces a unique milk chocolate including nougat, almonds and honey with a distinctive triangular shape. Just like the Mischief Makers gooey, sweet and nutty.
    The product's name is a portmanteau combining Tobler's name with the Italian word torrone (a type of nougat). The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn mountain symbolizing the town of its origin.
    With that being said Nyteglori
    Said she had the perfect recipe and suggested Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue Mini Pastries Au Fondue. Which is perfect for when we all meet up for dessert.
    Swiss restaurateur`s Susie D and ~Leslie~ offered their Chalet to have our Fondue party.
    NorthwestGal ~ to bring a fondue pot
    Rita~ ~ Toblerone chocolate
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm ~ Angelfood cake
    Abi Fae ~ pound cake
    djmastermum~apples
    Just_Ducky!! ~ maraschino cherries n her rockstar grandson
    KimmieCat ~ marshmallows.
    Nyteglori ~ covered the rest for the ingredients for Toberlone Swiss Chocolate Fondue

    Just as we gathered all the ingredients the shakers started showing up and not empty handed
    lazyme came with four extra large shaker.
    Muffin Goddess came the the recipe for Chocolate Cherry Martini
    Debbie R. and MomLuvs6 brought all the ingredients for the martinis.
    Debbwl cleared the freezer to quick chill all the glasses. While IngridH, JanuaryBride, katew and Shuzbud started shaking away till icy cold. Meanwhile Elmotoo garnished the glasses with syrup and Chocolate covered Cherries.
    Now that is what we call great guests. lovely way to start our fondue dessert.
    We did a delish job making the fondue the shakers licked their fingers clean.
    The next day with hand overs we all toured Switzerland seeing
    Old Town (vieille ville) and St. Gervais
    Paquis
    Plainpalais
    Hopital
    Eaux-Vives
    Not to say we didn`t buy anything?
    Switzerland is famed as a land of banks and financial institutions, so getting local cash from ATMs at banks, train station and within shopping malls is no problem. So lets shop!
    Chocolate was bought by JanuaryBride, katew,
    Shuzbud, and Elmotoo at the grocery stores for a fraction of the price compared to there specialty stores. Leslie~ ,lazyme, Muffin Goddess, Debbie R., and MomLuvs6 found great deals on booze.
    Wine and spirits cost much less than in Anglophone countries, and the local stuff is particularly cheap, and not just drinkable but quite good. Some say that the only reason Swiss wines are not well known internationally is that the Swiss drink all of it. We did use some for the fondue
    If you are interested in taking or sending home some outwardly Swiss souvenirs you can certainly find them in Geneva, mainly along the main streets leading down to the lake from Gare Cornavin. There are also a couple of good spots on the other side of the lake near the end of the Mont Blanc bridge. You should be able to easily find at reasonable prices:
    Cuckoo clocks (in fact originally from southern Germany and formerly produced in Hong Kong *(now in mainland China)... but who cares!)
    Swiss Army Knifes, with Wenger and Victorinox being the two most well-known brands (Best price at Migros/Coop)
    Almost any sort of object with a cow or a Swiss flag printed on it
    Want more? La Rue du Marché, a 5 minute walk southwards from the train station, has just about everything. From the traditional to the modern, from souvenirs to household appliances to libraries to prescription glasses. This is one of Geneva's busiest streets, and is kept clean and appealing. Prices are fair for the most part, but checking several stores before buying, or asking a friendly-looking passer-by for shopping tips can't hurt.
    Shopping worked up hunger pangs CHEESE. Then petlover suggested
    Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue said Ok now that we enjoyed dessert what about having Kaesefondue -- Swiss Cheese Fondue and then sofie-a-toast
    said I know the perfect place.
    An authentic chalet in the heart of the city where Swiss cuisine is served to the sound of the live yodelling. For an unforgettable evening.
    Where we`ll enjoy Cheese/ meat fondues, raclette, émincés, chocolate fondue
    In a beautiful Alpine setting
    Daily evening entertainment with live yodeling where when we enjoy enough of we will be yodeling our best.
    At Restaurant Edelweiss
    Place de la Navigation 2
    1201 Geneva, Switzerland
    022 544 51 51
    City centre, just steps away from the lake Geneva

    under12parsecs

    Takes a photo Wendelina
    said it best lets do it again tomorrow at the Grand Théâtre de Genève it`s an opera house in Geneva, Switzerland. As with many other opera houses, the Grand Théâtre de Genève is both a venue and an institution. The venue is a majestic building, towering over Place Neuve, officially opened in 1876, partly destroyed by fire in 1951 and reopened in 1962, after extensive refurbishments, which houses the largest stage in Switzerland
    And you all thought the mischief chefs could yodel? You should hear the Emerald City ShakersYodel. Mischief makers are very Fondue of those Shakers! grouphug.gif
    What a fabulous time hosting them.
    Debbie R.
    Thu Jun 16, 2011 9:14 am
    Food.com Groupie



    (hic) and very fabulous martini's they were too....

    Thank you for the wonderful party. icon_biggrin.gif
    Rita~
    Thu Jun 16, 2011 12:28 pm
    Forum Host
    Debbie R. wrote:



    (hic) and very fabulous martini's they were too....

    Thank you for the wonderful party. icon_biggrin.gif

    You are very welcome. You all were a blast! icon_wink.gif
    breezermom
    Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:32 pm
    Food.com Groupie


    The Saucy Silverados will be hosting the Mischief Makers and taking a trip to Interlaken, Switzerland. Interlaken is between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, and is presided over by three mountains: Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau. We arrived by BOB Railways (we all thought it meant Bring Own Bottles!):









    NorthwestGal and KimmieCat decided to spend some mommy and me time and go to Piz Glora, a revolving restaurant, and have a nice lunch.



    Susie D, petlover and sofie-a-toast all decided to go Canyoning, and had a blast!



    Rita~ wondered if there were any celebrity chefs hanging around, and was delighted to meet Ivo Adam!



    Andi of Longmeadow Farm had to go in search of her favorites....COWS!



    Abi Fae is a history buff, and really enjoyed visiting the Jungfrau Tourism Museum. B&J'sGranny tagged along.



    Just_Ducky!!, Nyteglori, djmastermum and Wendelina all have kids, and wanted to go to kid friendly destinations. So they visited Harder Kulm and visited the Alpine wild animal park, Heimwehfluh to take the all-weather tobaggan run, and also visited the Suspension Rope Park.







    under12parsecs had quite the adventure and went skydiving.



    That evening we all went back to the chalet we rented, and had a wonderful meal. We enjoyed:

    Spinach & Roquefort Salad 169739
    Swiss Fondue With 4 Cheeses - an Authentic Recipe 260952
    Veal Medallions With French Morels 143442
    Cheese Rosti 457786
    Low-Fat Roasted Veges 278844
    and for dessert,
    Mint Chocolate Fondue 428177
    Gorgonzola Cheese and Pear Tart 449655





    The Silverados and the Mischief Makers ate well and had lots of fun!
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