It’s the first day of March. January and February have flown by and I didn’t really get a chance to reset on January 1st the way I had hoped. So, since my birthday is in a couple of days, I’m going to make that day my new year’s day. Over the next week I’m going to review my past year and start really planning what I would like to accomplish/experience before I hit 35.
But in the meantime, today I have the last installment of my Swiss Adventures, and I’m talking about food. You’ll have to excuse the picture quality because most were taken on phones, but you’ll get the gist. The first night my friend A took me to a great restaurant overlooking the water and we had the Zurich-style veal. It was awesome. It’s basically schnitzel and mushrooms in this amazing creamy sauce. I don’t have a picture of the dish, but here is the resto (excuse the bad photo of me….)…
It’s no surprise that in the land of chocolate I would have the best chocolate milkshake I’ve have tasted. Ever. Not too thick, and so rich and delicious with Swiss chocolatey goodness.
Speaking of chocolate and candy, here is a display of just that. This is at a lovely cafe in Zurich that I visited twice while I was there. And I totally brought some of theses goodies home with me.But the most fun food experience I had was the night that A & A made me a traditional Swiss raclette dinner. If you have never had raclette, see the series of photos below.
I’ll be back on Monday with some pictures from my Masquerade party. I’ve been working on my mask….here is a little sneak peek of what you might see