- 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 – OFFERING REFUNDS
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
- PLANNING YOUR KIDS’ SUMMER ACTIVITIES?
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