The secret to these celebrated meringues lies in the making – sweet but not sticky, they come out of the wood stove just slightly brittle. This sweet temptation made of sugar and egg white is best enjoyed with Greyerzer double cream and fresh berries. Not exactly the lightest of treats – but that’s what makes it so hard to resist!
A tasty dried vegetable and a good source of protein, also rich in amino acids, iron, magnesium and Vitamin B. Since 1995 they have been grown in Geneva in the traditional way, entirely without the use of fertilisers. The "Courtois" farm in Sauverny where they are produced also uses solar energy.
This is where people from the Saanenland come to buy fresh and cured meat and meat products, made by locals for locals, and, of course, for food-loving guests too.
The Bracher family takes great pride in producing beetroot
salad, berry wines, and liqueurs: all specialities that carry the “Ämmitaler Ruschtig” regional quality label.