Next @ EdS: Another yummy Autumn!

While days are markedly shorter and we already got a little preview of winter-like temperatures, there is also a pretty side to this time of the year. Its harvest season and the markets spill over with fruits, vegetables and flowers. Its the time to think about more savoury dishes to warm us up from inside 🙂

The next dinner round @ EdS will treat you with lots of yummy saisonal delicacies! I am busy test-cooking, creating recipes and a possible menu … Time is rather scarce this time and I won’t be able to reveal the full menu in advance, as I will be travelling for most of October. It will be a meaty dinner, with a vegie option available. Pumpkins, root vegetables, potatoes, pears, plums, these and many more will find their way on to the plates. If you are curious enough, then RSVP straight away to join the table on October 31st. 5 seats are available – 3 are already reserved! The evening starts at 6.30 pm.

Price: CHF 75 with & 65 without alcohol

Please let me know if you are allergic to anything, I want to make sure you only eat what is good for you. And if you liked you last stay @ Encontro dos Sabores and would like to share it with a friend, please do so!

Confirmations will be sent as soon as the table is fully booked!

I look forward to hearing from you,

Nancy

If you want to check out previous dinner rounds, have a look here

Busy week

Tomato Festival ’13 – it’s history already. Unbelievable how time is flying by. The dinner was a success and my dear guests were very surprised what could be created out of tomatoes. You will be able to check out the final menu soon, together with pictures of course!

But as always, after the dinner is before the dinner and my brain is food-working again and designing the next menu. We will celebrate another yummy Autumn- which caught us this week already, much faster than we all had expected. So stay tuned and watch out for the next dinner invitation, coming soon. October 31st is the day you should mark in your agenda.

cheers, Nancy

Ps: shopping for the tomato festival, mmmhhh

k-purchases

Tomato Festival ’13

tomate

Tomatoes turned into one of my favorite vegies, but only when they are really tasty. And this is now! While we try to enjoy the end of summer, tomatoes ripen to their very best. The markets spill over with beautiful varities, we unfortunately don’t find that easy in the supermarket staple.

Join us on September 17th for another yummy tomato festival with completely new recipes! A paradise for vegie- (lover)s. Here’s the inspiration for the menu, additions likely, last minute adjustments possible…

Yellow Tomato Bloody Mary (virgin or classic)

Tomato: white, red and green

Tomato Cumin Tarte

Tomato Creme Bruleè

Sweet Tomato Cake with Basil Icecream

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If you don’t like anchovis or olives, please let me know – also if you have any allergies or intolerance. I will make sure you only eat what is good for you!

RSVPs are now open, first come, first serve. If you would like to recommend Encontro dos Sabores to a friend, please do so.

I look forward to welcoming you!

FlowerPower – Next @ EdS!!

It’s summer, finally!, and I am all the time surrounded by flowers and sweet smelling air which gives me lots of inspiration for the next supper.
Hiking in the mountains last weekend drove me almost mad – while I appreciated the pure beauty of rich flower fields, my food brain didn’t stop a second and looked at each flower with a hidden agenda…
I would have loved to just pick them all and run home for cooking 😉

Edible-Flowers

If you share curiosity for new flavours and want to know what flowers can mean as parts or driving force of a dinner, book August 20 in your agenda straightaway!
Stay tuned for the full invitation to be sent soon with details on the menu composition.
RSVPs are possible from now onwards!!

I’ll be back soon,
cheers Nancy

Tour de Suisse

Dear Foodlovers and friends of Encontro dos Sabores,

you are cordially invited to join Encontro dos Sabores culinary trip through Switzerland on June 8, which is the start of the 77th Tour de Suisse!velobild

The country’s 26 cantons offer a huge variety of flavours and regional specialities – pasta and italian vegetables from Ticino, apple dishes from Thurgau, cherries from Zug, a beautiful cross-canton selection of Swiss cheese and wine …this and many more Swiss specialities will, in one way or the other, become part of the menu, which I am yet to finalize. Vegetarian options will be possible and as always, let me know any allergies or intolerance, so I can make sure you only eat what is good for you.

Reply until May 19th if you would like to join! I will then soon revert to you – with the final menu composition and a confirmation of your participation.

You will benefit from a 10% discount if you come by bike!

If you enjoyed the last dinner @ Encontro dos Sabores and would like to recommend it to a friend, please do so! I look forward to welcoming you soon (again)!

cheers Nancy