[Sca-cooks] Was Seeking Cheesy Goodness in WI is Rosti
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
DW ad Flumen Caerulum (on the blue river aka Danube , situated in Vienna)
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> From: Audrey Bergeron-Morin <audreybmorin at gmail.com>
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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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