Switzerland BBQ equals eating cervelats - the national sausage of Switzerland. I find it not necessarily the best sausage I have ever eaten. Cheap cervelats sold at Coop, Migros and other retailers I would not even consider a sausage. I prefer my home-made rustic burger. En Guete!
Since Zuzanna had finally recovered from chicken pox, we decided to spend the last Thursday in nature. Organising a family barbecue in Switzerland is incredibly easy – there is a lot of well prepared locations all over the country, whether you need a grill or a fire pit. For more information you can go to: https://www.thomy.ch/grillieren/grillplaetze/. Below you find a short photo story from that event.
Before you set your steak of fire. Finding a parking place is crucial – while sometimes it’s allowed to park near the fire pit, you better double check – you don’t want to get a ticket, do you?
Ready fire pits are available all over Switzerland at no charge. This particular one is not the most representative, you certainly can find nicer ones, with wood benches and tables, and generally better equipped.
Even little gangsta kids enjoy the forest.
Switzerland BBQ equals eating cervelats – the national sausage of Switzerland. I find it not necessarily the best sausage I have ever eaten. Cheap cervelats sold at Coop, Migros and other retailers I would not even consider a sausage. I prefer my home-made rustic burger. En Guete!
What people associate with Switzerland are mostly money, chocolate, watches and gold-paved streets. My first association is beautiful countryside. I lived in rather big cities in the past and moving to the swiss countryside has proved the most refreshing experience of my life. And whenever I want to live a bit of the big city life, I can drive to Zurich, 40 kms away from where I live. But, Zurich is not really a big city either to be honest…
Speaking about countryside, the fire pit might not be impressive but look at this wonderful view…