• Cardoon History and Recipe
    Cardon épineux de Plainpalais (Cardoon) AOC: Origin and History by Raymonde Schmirl The Romans were already familiar with the cardoon. Originally, the cardoon was a wild plant that, thanks to horticultural selections by the Romans, became a refined vegetable. As a vegetable of high-ranking gastronomic value, “the cardoon crowns the fame of cordon-bleu cooks from
  • Saturday Review- Carte Blanche
    “C’mon, c’mon, do the pumpkin with me (again)” by Jurgen Gothe Serves 6 Ingredients for the stew: 3 pounds lean beef in 1-inch cubes ¼ cup good olive oil 2 medium onions, chopped 2 cups green pepper, chopped 3 to 4 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tablespoons salt (more or less, to taste) ½ teaspoon black
    Air Canada to Offer Refunds for All Fares for Flights Affected by COVID-19 since February 1, 2020. Air Canada announced today that eligible customers who purchased a non-refundable ticket for travel on or after February 1, 2020 but did not fly can now obtain a refund from the carrier by submitting a request online or
    By Kate Lau After Easter break children are slowly heading to the end of the school year, which means the start of summer holidays in less than 2 months. For those who are in public schools parents should have already received a colourful leaflet from the Canton, outlining the different organizations that offer summer day
  • MARCH 2021 – BACK TO LIFE!
    Written by: Kate Lau Around this time last year the Geneva Canton announced the first health measures in line with the Federal government due to COVID-19. No one ever expected our daily life could still be impacted today. The emotional rollercoaster from uncertainty to hope through anxiety and frustration leads to the general acceptance that