Saturday, June 16, 2012

Grüezi

 This morning we stopped by the Farmer's Market down the road from me. My daughter (who lived 5 years in Switzerland) squealed when she saw the Swiss cantonal flags on this stall. The folks running the stall bake real Swiss bread. We bought Wurzelbrot, a baguette style Swiss bread and a little whole wheat loaf,  and will be going back next Saturday for more. Polly will get some  "Zopf", a soft, braided, egg bread, a bit like, Challah, but with a different crust and a unique flavor. It is traditionally eaten Sunday morning. I hope they have some rye bread.
Zopf





Cantonal bread varieties




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13 comments:

LaPouyette said...

Oh my, this bread!!!! Just back from Germany, not far from Basel, where we have "hundreds" of different kind of bread. Missing it here in France!

Gruezi to your daughter and many greetings from the Périgord,
karin

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

What a treat! It looks delicious! There is a bakery in our town that bakes bread from all over the world. I like to buy authentic Irish soda bread on Mondays.

Inside a British Mum's Kitchen said...

Fantastic looking bread! so delicious
mary x

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

They are indeed such happy flags. Switzerland is on my must see list. The bread looks SO yummy!

Thank you so very much for your friendship and loving support.

Happy-Sonne said...

Grüezi Priscilla
Your post is so sweet! I am happy to see this post.
Thank you also for the nice comment on my blog.
Best greetings from Switzerland. Yvonne

Pondside said...

Oh...Zopf!!...what I wouldn't give for a nice fresh loaf! My sister and I have a whole set of 'in' jokes that came from a spring holiday in Ogeramergau and the testing of Zopf from every bakery.

Happy-Sonne said...

Dear Priscilla
Thank you very much for the nice comment on my blog. I wish you a happy week with a lot of sun.
Hugs Yvonne

Antiques And Teacups said...

How fun to have such a wonderful stall at your market. I forsee lots of bread stops in the future!
Ruth

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Oh yummy, that bread is sure calling me!!! Great market my friend! You left me a nice comment on my post today and I am so grateful! Have a terrific week.
FABBY

Heidi said...

Hi there,
I just came across your blog through Yvonne from Happy Sonne. The Farmers Market with all that good bread sounds so good. That is what I miss most, european bread. Hope you get some Hefezopf next time. Have a great week.
Heidi

Happy-Sonne said...

Dear Priscilla
Thank you very much for the lovely words on my blog. I am always happy to read from you.
Happy week and all the best from Switzerland. Hugs Yvonne

Happy-Sonne said...

Dear Priscilla
Thank you so much for the nice comment on my blog. I wish you a happy Sunday with a lot of sun. Hugs Yvonne

Sarah said...

Priscilla, a good farmer's market is fun. SF has one filled with great variety.
Tried to leave a comment on the new post above. The link isn't working for some reason.
I like the sound of rain. ;-) Fortunately we are having a bit of rain here today.

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