Now available in paperback, Winter in the Alps is a stunning depiction ofthe unique cuisine and breathtaking beauty of the Alps from the author of thebestselling Under the Olive Tree and Autumn in Piemonte. The Alps - Europe's spectacular chain of mountains more than 1000 kilometreslong - symbolise all that is magical about a northern winter. Stretching fromFrance to Austria, along the border of Switzerland and Italy, this area is one ofsuperlatives: the wildest, the highest, the windiest and the most isolated. It isalso home to some of the most delicious food in all of Europe. In Winter in the Alps, Manuela Darling-Gansser and photographer SimonGriffiths take a culinary journey from the peaks of St Moritz down to the glitteringstreets of Z?rich. They showcase the culture, lifestyle and, of course,food, of this remarkably diverse region. Be tempted by delicious Alpine-inspireddishes such as Cloud Souffl? and Pappardelle with Duck Rag?; indulge in meltin-your-mouth Sp?tzle, R?sti and Creamy Zabaione; sip warming Gl?hweinand roast chestnuts over the open fire - and be transported right to the enchantingheart of continental Europe in winter.
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A story of family life and food in Lugano, an elegant city clinging to the edges of a Swiss Lake near the northern Italian border, and the sapphire seas of the Costa Smeralda in Sardegna, Italy. The author, along with photographer Simon Griffiths, captures this journey as she revisits the memories, sights, smells and tastes of her home town.