Cholera

Puff Pastry – A Valaisian Art Form

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The Cholera is a pastry puff that probably originated at the time of the Cholera epidemics around 1830, when people did not dare to go out onto the streets anymore. Therefore, they packed potatoes, leeks, cheese, onions, apples, pears or speck – anything they happened to have at home – into a pastry dough and baked it in the oven. Today even top chefs have embraced this ideal use of leftovers.

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