Thursday, July 28

Raclette Night

Dinner with Mathesons and WatsonsThis week our house was packed with visitors - Steve and Bev Matheson as well as cousins Alice and Julia. We had a traditional Swiss dish for dinner - no, not fondue, but raclettes. This is melted cheese poured over boiled potatoes (+ salad), very simple but tasty.

Dinner followed a busy day touring, including a visit to the Cailler chocolate factory, the chateau at Gruyeres, icecreams at Vevey and a walk around the gardens at the Olympic Museum, Lausanne.

3 comments:

Wendy said...

This is what I mean. Hard work, exhaustive. What will you do to recoup - go to Italy? Oh how I wish I was with you.

Gab said...

I'm with you, Wendy, it's very hard to feel sorry for the Gardners obviously doing it so tough in Geneva.

All those snow-covered Alps, the chalets, the raclette and fondue, trips to Paris. How my heart just bleeds at the hardship!!

Anonymous said...

life is too good to leave updates? We hang on your every word and live vicariously through you guys and your enviable lifestyle. Hope all is well
elissa, chris and hugh