Aniseed biscuits are a popular desert owing to their lightness. A rather different biscuit with a rich aniseed taste!
On a cold winter day you cannot go without the aromatic Fribourg tea!
The Sense wafer recipe is distinct from the wafer baked in the French-speaking part of the canton - a real treat!
A delicious accompaniment to the ragoût d’agneau (lamb stew) of the Bénichon meal, Poire à Botzi AOP is a typical Fribourg variety and also the first Swiss fruit to benefit from an AOP label. It takes its name from the patois "botset", which means "bunch". This little pear, in fact, develops in clusters of up to five fruits, advises Michel Losey from Sévaz, like the well-informed professional he is.
Numerous delights are encompassed within the Bénichon meal, such as beignets, cuquettes, croquets, bricelets and pains d‘anis. Each more delicious than the one before, let us look for a moment at the preparation of bricelets, which requires particular expertise.