I have talked about Papa Joe’s before, my second-favourite eating spot in Basel, after Kelim. It’s an upbeat, modern place, with a mostly young crowd. I had a good-sized crowd dining with me this time, so it was great fun. 🙂 My standard order is a tequila sunrise and baby-back ribs: Vegetarian options include platters … Continue reading
After all the walking and clicking I had to rest my weary feet and listen to my stomach. Schloss Heidelberg has a historic restaurant, the Backhaus. The food was nice and the wine even better. My friend ordered a flammenkuchen and I had veal sausage. Yum! Both dishes were fresh and tasty, and moderately priced. … Continue reading
I ignored everything else on the table. It was so simple and so beyond delicious, I can only thank BJ for inviting us into her home and for treating me to some of the best sausages I’ve ever had.
Omnicure (n.) – Someone who will eat just about anything no matter how badly cooked.
I only wish I had some patties and kebabs and I would have had a treat! There was even a little wood ready to be used…
Using this long pole we placed our loaves into the pre-heated oven (no thermostat though!). It took less than ten minutes and we all had our very own bread! Something I seem unnaturally proud of. I took my fresh loaf and sat in the small cafeteria right next to the amphitheatre and ate it with … Continue reading
In winter, food is like the Borg – “Resistance is futile.” We will be assimilated… Sigh baba
One of the odder combinations I bought, but surprisingly not bad!
I don’t know if I’ll make more lists, but here’s one! A list of the cuisines I tried in six days in Basel- Roman Italian German Swiss Turkish American Chinese Lebanese Not one adventure that I did not like either!
Thousands of people starving to death in our country and the government wants to fund food for cows that no longer bear milk! #lunatics