[Sca-cooks] Was Seeking Cheesy Goodness in WI is Rosti

Susanne Mayer susanne.mayer5 at chello.at
Tue Aug 11 12:37:51 PDT 2009

Uh that nasty umlaut marks (vowel mutation marks) again,... ;-)
Rosti is Roesti (o with two dots above) and is a Swiss national food.
It does have also, under almost the same name, a place in Austria [geröstete 
erdäpfel (o with dots and the a with dots), roasted potatoes] and Germany as 

In Austria (especially in Vienna) they are made with onions and are served 
traditionaly with cooked beef (in soup), creamed spinach and 
apple/horseradish mix.


DW ad Flumen Caerulum (on the blue river aka Danube , situated in Vienna)

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>> red cabbage...and a wonderful potato creation, Rosti.
> Rosti is not theirs. It's... Swedish? In any case, breakfast
> restaurants around here and, if I'm not mistaken, IKEA, have been
> serving it for years...

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