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Meat – what does it mean?

Things you might not know about MEAT: The word meat comes from the Old English word mete, which referred to food in general. The term is related to mad in Danish, mat in Swedish and Norwegian, and matur in Icelandic, which also mean 'food'. The word "mete" also exists...

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Might as well detox in January, right?

Doing a detox week or two in January is for many people like hitting the re-set button for the body after an eating-frenzy in December. I like detoxing; actually I really look forward to it when I`m stuffing myself with yet another round of Fondue Chinoise. Getting...

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Meat-Free Weekdays

I am not a vegetarian, but I do enjoy eating meat-free most days during the week. There are so many good dishes to be made, which do not necessarily need meat. I will add chicken or lamb to a dish during the week and then possibly do a roast of some kind on the...

WINTER RECIPES

Wild WInter Stew

Wild WInter Stew

Delicious stew on cold winter eves.
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Luzerner Lebkuchen

Luzerner Lebkuchen

Traditional spicy cake found in the Lucerne area around Christmas.
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Swiss chard galette

Swiss chard galette

Swiss chard is popular in fall and winter.
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Pimp up water

Pimp up water

Water is not just water when you add fruits and spices.
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