Holy Cheese

March 3, 2011 in Switzerland

I always say Swiss cheeses are the most divine because they are holey wtf.

We had Raclette party and also cheese fondue in Zurich! And here are some of the food we had.

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#1

Muesli for breakfast

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#2

Why is it french cheese

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#3

Pancakes and like 90 kinds of jams

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#4

Rosti and calf liver.

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#5

Some ham thing. Even if i knew the name also i can’t pronounce it.iii

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#6

I know this thing. Let me check what it is called.

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#7

Of course! What else, it is a Weissweinschaumsuppe!

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#8

Apple jam not for dessert but for the pasta iiiiiiiiiiii

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#9

Oooh i like this thing. It’s Soba noodle with whipped cream topped with cherry wtf.

No la. It’s some chestnut meringue dessert, yummy!

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Marcel’s dad’s birthday that day and he got to blow champagne candles!

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And on another day, we went to a Raclette party. Raclette is a type of Swiss cheese, so it is indeed a cheese party! And it was my first time attending a cheese party as… Cheesie wtf.

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There was like 90 kinds of salads that night!

Europeans are so healthy. Their food party always have lots of greens. They will have, say, a bowl of buttered corn, some vinegared shredded carrot, a bowl of fresh mixed lettuce, some boiled broccoli, some artichoke, some beet root, sour cream and cucumber…  I wonder why Malaysian cannot do the same, is it because our veggies suck?

If i mention a Malaysian house party what comes to your mind? Hmmm. I’d say curry chicken. Fried chicken. Fried bee hoon. Fried nuggets. Fried samosa. And maybe fried spring rolls. Then coleslaw from KFC wtf.

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The kids love popcorn!

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Some salami!

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Shinta and her doodles.

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#17

Star of the night! This is the half moon Raclette to be heated, melted and then celebrated in our happy tummy.

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Queuing for the cheese that’s…

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#19

…Hot and bubbly!

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Cheese master scrape the melted Raclette onto our paper plates (one thing about the paper goods  in Switzerland, it’s so good quality thick you almost feel criminal to throw it away. Their toilet paper is as thick as kitchen napkin wtf. Wonder how their sanitary pads feel like wtf. Good pulps you have, Swiss trees.) and ready to eat!

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I had 4 plates of these things. It was the best thing i’ve eaten in Zurich.

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And the last night in Zurich we went for cheese fondue! This is the starter plate.

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And then it’s just cheese. ALL THE WAY.

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#24

Cheesie and bread.

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#25

“Wow. Swiss really fondue cheese.”

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#26

It may look abit disturbing but trust me, the best part has yet to begun.

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According to Marcel, for some connoisseur, it is a huge fondue faux paus , to let the base harden and get burnt. That means you are a lousy fonduer (?) because you didn’t stir the pot enough. But for me it’s heaven wtf.

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Who likes to scrape burnt rice in a claypot? Hand please!

This is only like 90 times better than burnt rice.

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Burnt cheese. If i tell you how good it is you will be jealous so i won’t elaborate wtf. #lazytothinkoffooddescription

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This is Celia, whom i think looks really like Keira Knightley!

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#31

Burger King ad.

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Which i think is really cute :D

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#33

Fried cheese. Why don’t they have it here T_T

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And their fondue burger!

That’s all! Hungry nao bai!