Coupe Romanoff isn't originally Swiss, but it’s probably the country's second favourite ice cream sundae (after Coupe Dänemark, of course).
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"I climbed out of the window, right past the police officer at my door, and I went to warn my friends."
So said the woman on the video, as the camera zoomed in on her knee high leather boots.
"I came in through the front door—boy was the cop surprised to see me. I invited him in and made him a coffee, but I had to promise not to tell anyone that I'd gotten out."
A little while ago we got the call, same as every year.
Pears that is.
Nothing says festive like a shot of booze.
In an attempt to mitigate the transition from a warm and rather green November, to full-on, (hopefully snowy) December, I present to you the versatile and festive, yet nontraditional, Swiffin.
The Swiffin is my Swiss version of the delicious British Tiffin, or fridge cake. The Tiffin is perhaps Britain's greatest contribution to the traybake, and so beloved that even the bottom layer of Prince William's wedding cake was made out of fridge cake...
Wäje, Kuche, Chueche, Flade, Tünne, Tünnele, Tüle, Dünne, Dünnle, Dünnet, Turte, Gâteau, Torta, Crostata, Tuorta, wherever you are and whatever you call it, the Wähe is one of the most beloved and versatile baked goods in Switzerland.