Wild Buffalo Quesadillas

Don’t ask me why, but I love Cinco de Mayo which isn’t really even a real holiday with Mexican Independence Day being in September and all. Last year I made a helluva a spread for the chap I was seeing. This year, it was all about the girls. Since you can’t purchase anything spicy in…

Le Pavois – Morges

After a strenuous morning strolling through a park full of tulips, my friend and I had a leisurely lunch at Le Pavois on the lake in Morges. The restaurant was teaming with families for Mother’s Day, but it was nice to be out and sit on a terrace, even if we were far from our…

Swiss Miss: Morges & the Festival of Tulips

On Sunday my partner-in-crime and I headed over the the nearby town of Morges for some lakefront strolling and the spectator sport of the annual tulip festival. The park was absolutely gorgeous, awash in a rainbow of tulips, the foreground to a gloriously sunny day after ten days of rain. We had a leisurely lunch,…

Hot Greek Salad

Everyone has been baking together feta and tomatoes during quarantine and while I still haven’t tried that, I have invented a hot Greek salad that’s quite nice. It feels healthy, so maybe it will even bring you a hot Greek? Yet to be seen…. It’s a great way to use up veggies in your fridge,…

L’Atelier in Lavaux

L’Atelier, the only restaurant I could dine in this quarter thanks to my last minute hotel stay at Hotel Lavaux. The restaurant was very well spaced for the pandemic and the entire wall of open windows ensured that guests got plenty of circulated air if not able to dine on the terrace. I was surprised…

Swiss Miss: Epesses

The next day I woke up early in Cully and decided that I would walk the 1.5 hours to the funicular that would take me to my lunch in Vevey. Whelp, about 20 minutes in, I was greeted with a charming sign stating that ‘yeah we get that this is the most scenic road in…