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“The rosti is a cake made of grated parboiled potatoes, crisp and buttery on the outside, and melting, almost creamy, on the inside.”
“Well - first of all: It's Rösti, not rosti ... "rosti" has no meaning, it's quite close to the adjective "rostig", though - which would be "rusty".”
“Many locals will remember him there and some will be lucky enough to have participated in the Saturday morning tradition of having Louis 'homemade "rosti" for breakfast.”
“The restaurant, in the Luthi family's 400-year-old house, also serves local meats and Swiss specialties such as rosti, a fried potato pancake.”
“A thin, crunchy lemon and thyme rosti was essentially the pimped-up aesthetic of the Kettle chip.”
“So settling at an outdoor café/restaurant to order the requisite Zurich veal with rosti potatoes, a small green salad, glass of white wine, ice cream dessert and espresso with a piece of chocolate on the side, was well earned after some serious walking.”
“So settling at an outdoor cafÃ©/restaurant to order the requisite Zurich veal with rosti potatoes, a small green salad, glass of white wine, ice cream dessert and espresso with a piece of chocolate on the side, was well earned after some serious walking.”
“The other potato dish I like is the Swiss rosti, but I don't remember the recipe.”
“Both recipes - the rosti and the egg squares - are wonderful to serve on a brunch buffet because they are both bite-sized and portable.”
“I keep dreaming of a rose-covered cottage/inn on the dunes near Lake Michigan, someplace where I could serve a small number of interesting people great coffee, tender salmon omelets with finely chopped basil and tomatos, and rosti every day.”
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