From A Taste of Switzerland. Definitely comfort food! Potatoes, cheese,and bacon- who could ask for more! The original recipe calls for Rass cheese, which is a very pungent semi hard cheese. If you can't find it, use another semi hard cheese.
From A Taste of Switzerland. A creamy cheese and radish salad, offset by a sharp, mustardy dressing. The author suggests serving this with boiled potatoes. If you can't find Tilsiter cheese, try Appenzeller, Vacherin, or Gruyere.
From A Taste of Switzerland. If you love wild mushrooms, try this! Good country bread, topped with sauted creamy mushrooms and melted cheese. Serve with a green salad and glass of wine for a light meal.
From A Taste of Switzerland by Sue Style. I've adapted this to work for me; mostly by adding a bit more yeast, a bit less salt, and using bread flour instead of plain white flour. This is a dense, wheaty loaf, great for toasting and topping with some good rustic cheese. Having such a dense structure, it would also be a great dipper for a pot of cheese fondue!
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